National Employment Law Project
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The Federal Trade Commission must aggressively enforce antitrust law to ensure labor market competition.
Should big companies that break the law get to decide if and when the rules apply to them?
New Yorkers secured a huge victory today in the fight to reclaim our democracy from the outsized influence of corporations.
With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.
A new Supreme Court case threatens to push forced arbitration onto misclassified truck drivers.
A state agency ruled that three former Uber drivers (and others like them) were employees for purposes of unemployment insurance.
Today’s report echoes what driver-members of the Taxi Workers Alliance in New York, as well as drivers across the country,(…)
Uber and Lyft have been able to rewrite the laws in 41 states to benefit themselves—and undermine protections for workers(…)
Black and Latinx workers are overrepresented in nonstandard work with the lowest job quality: temporary help agency work.