National Employment Law Project
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The unemployment rate remained at 3.6% in April according to this morning’s monthly jobs report. Approximately 428,000 jobs were produced,(…)
A second unionization effort at an Amazon sortation facility, LDJ5, on Staten Island in New York has come up short,(…)
Lawmakers in Hawaii approved a bill that would raise the state minimum wage to $18 by January 2028,
Conservatives have gutted America’s workplace watchdog. Workers are paying with their lives.
Here’s the story of how Washington avoided a blowout Proposition 22 fight, and how the gig work companies won contractor(…)
The Mayor’s Commission for Re-Entry, which is a group of partner organizations working together to assist adults who are exiting(…)
This op-ed argues that Black labor organizers have long recognized that better conditions for Black and brown workers result in(…)
Uber and Lyft have legally cemented the independent contractor status of ride-hail drivers. Now other states are on the horizon.
With recovery still at risk, policymakers must adopt structural reforms to bolster the unemployment insurance system for all workers.