National Employment Law Project
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It’s hard to think of anyone less suited for the job of lifting up America’s forgotten workers than Andrew Puzder.
Only 3 in 10 voters say they trust employers to treat their workers fairly.
A Boston janitor’s story reveals how contracting out can harm America’s workers.
The growth of low-road subcontracting has helped drive down wages and working conditions.
Two federal lawsuits and an NLRB claim filed by the NY Taxi Workers Alliance may finally force Uber’s hand,
We’ve heard little from the presidential candidates on the thorniest problems facing America’s workers.
Let’s make sure this new sector of low-wage workers benefits from the success of the $15 movement.
On-demand companies don’t have to sacrifice flexibility to treat their workers as employees, writes Rebecca Smith.
Three new policy briefs look at workers’ comp, job flexibility, and background checks in the “gig economy.”