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Statement from NELP in response to the new COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard issued by OSHA
One in two U.S. workers (47% of workers overall, 50% of Black workers, and 52% of Latinx workers) have been(…)
Now as New York’s workers, especially Black and Brown workers, face urgent needs — from the cut-off of federal unemployment(…)
The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project on the introduction of(…)
The latest jobs report shows we are falling short of a just recovery.
A transformed unemployment insurance system must center racial and gender justice.
Workers need bold reform that will lay the groundwork for an equitable unemployment insurance system and labor market.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte’s move to abruptly end the state’s participation in federal pandemic unemployment insurance programs is cruel and(…)
In a virtual briefing before Congressional staff on March 4, 2021, “Centering Workers of Color to Ensure Essential Rights in(…)