National Employment Law Project
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We cannot simply accept the deep racial disparities that continue to mark employment—and unemployment—in the U.S.
New York labor officials are proposing a $1 increase in the minimum wage for counties north of Westchester. If given(…)
Audit testing can proactively identify discrimination in the hiring process – public agencies should use it.
A new analysis of just-released Supplemental Poverty Measure data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that unemployment insurance (UI) benefits,(…)
Last month saw a troubling rise in unemployment for workers of color.
Activists are pushing to end policies that allow employers to pay some workers less than the $7.25 federal minimum wage.
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(…)