National Employment Law Project
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Black, Indigenous, and people of color have been disproportionately affected by the disease and job loss.
NELP joins in solidarity with immigrant communities who are organizing against the deportation apparatus and for long-term reform.
Study reveals poor safety records of 15 plants that received line speed waivers in April.
Black workers were more likely to report that they or a colleague may have been punished for raising concerns.
NELP is committed to dismantling white supremacy, structural racism, and oppression—and to building a future where we all can thrive.
Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project: “Late yesterday, the National Employment(…)
How can the administration still not require meatpacking plants to implement the CDC’s recommendations?
This Workers Memorial Day, NELP urges OSHA to ensure employers keep workers safe on the job.
Unemployment insurance (UI) is a program designed to keep workers connected to the workforce. It is an earned benefit that(…)