National Employment Law Project
90 Broad Street, Suite 1100, New York, NY 10004
The “Fight for $15,” movement, which will mark its 10-year anniversary in November 2022, “has influenced policy debates and the public conversation(…)
We highlight findings from 20 research studies documenting the experiences of workers struggling to make a living on the apps.
Although many bills are tailored to drivers and delivery people, other gig companies, such as Handy, have tried to pry them(…)
New York City passed a series of bills Thursday protecting the rights of food service delivery workers for companies such(…)
Now as New York’s workers, especially Black and Brown workers, face urgent needs — from the cut-off of federal unemployment(…)
The judge’s decision represents an important advancement in the gig-worker-led movement for universal labor rights for all workers.
But temps in tech are organizing to build power and raise labor standards.
Voters want lawmakers to make it harder for companies to shed responsibility for their workers by calling them “independent contractors.”
Though its supporters are selling this “Right to Bargain Act” as a novel form of bargaining in the app-based economy,(…)