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A new analysis of just-released Supplemental Poverty Measure data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that unemployment insurance (UI) benefits,(…)
The Trump administration issued rules and legal guidance that made it more difficult for unions to organize workers, and for(…)
Last month saw a troubling rise in unemployment for workers of color.
If you’ve recently quit your job and are wondering if you qualify for unemployment benefits, an employment attorney is here(…)
Activists are pushing to end policies that allow employers to pay some workers less than the $7.25 federal minimum wage.
With a new bill, gig-economy companies aren’t just targeting their own workers. They’re coming for everyone.
The GUARD Act would require the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to develop concrete performance standards for states on equity,(…)
The unemployment rate fell to 3.1% for white workers but rose to 6.0% for Black workers.
Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project: “The National Employment Law Project(…)