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The FAIR Act would end corporations’ imposition of forced arbitration and class/collective action waivers in employment and civil rights cases.
An adverse decision could potentially jeopardize regulators’ ability to access jobsites to enforce critical worker protections.
Sweeney spent his career making the world a better place for all workers, be they in a union or not.
Survey reinforces need for worker-centered and equity-focused interventions in the pandemic recovery.
Washington, DC. Underpaid frontline workers have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic, but many can expect a bit(…)
With workers around the country, we call on our newly elected leaders to fight for a just and inclusive economy.
Last fall, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or “the Board”) published a notice that sounds a lot like a(…)
The legislation lays out an urgent and far-reaching vision for building worker power by reforming federal labor laws.
The PRO Act would strengthen workers’ ability to unionize and collectively bargain for better pay and working conditions, and much(…)