National Employment Law Project
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The nation’s economic recovery is still leaving workers behind.
Congress cannot just pay lip service to frontline workers whose labor they take for granted.
Milwaukee Public School Teachers and Supporters Picket by Charles Edward Miller 4-24-18 (CC BY-SA 2.0) This year’s State of the(…)
NYC’s law reins in unfair firings of fast-food workers, requiring employers to have a good reason and a fair process.
The unemployment rate for Black workers was 6.9%, more than twice the rate for white workers (3.4%).
Temp workers are calling for ‘equal pay for equal work.’
21 states and 35 cities and counties will raise their wage floors in the New Year.
Warehouse conditions marked by racial pay inequities, high turnover, harmful discipline practices.
Statement from NELP in response to the new COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard issued by OSHA