Press Clips | January 27, 2023

Controversial noncompetes now face a possible ban. But one group never had to worry about them: attorneys

Via: Business Insider

The Federal Trade Commission estimates that about 30 million workers, nearly 20% of the workforce, across the US are currently(…)

Blog | November 7, 2022

Workers Demand True Flexibility with Full Employment Protections  

Workers’ demands and organizing efforts will deliver true flexibility and economic security.

News Releases | October 11, 2022

NELP Applauds DOL’s Proposed Independent Contractor Rule

The DOL has taken a significant step forward in ensuring all people who work for someone else have access to(…)

Press Clips | October 11, 2022

Here’s what a new Biden administration labor proposal would mean for independent contractors

Via: CNBC

The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on guidelines around employers’ classification of workers(…)

Press Clips | September 7, 2022

What expanding the “joint employer” rule will mean for unions

Via: Marketplace

The Trump administration issued rules and legal guidance that made it more difficult for unions to organize workers, and for(…)

Press Clips | August 16, 2022

Uber Has Shown Us the Future It Wants for Employment

Via: Slate.com

With a new bill, gig-economy companies aren’t just targeting their own workers. They’re coming for everyone.

Press Clips | June 30, 2022

NJ ‘Temp Worker Bill of Rights’ Would Protect 127,000 Employees

Via: Patch.com

Activists and employees say they’re pushing for a “Temp Workers’ Bill of Rights” in the Garden State.

Press Clips | May 19, 2022

Injury rates surge at Amazon’s New York facilities

Via: City and State New York

Amazon warehouses nationwide saw a spike in injuries in 2021, but the increase is even more stark in New York.(…)

Press Clips | May 15, 2022

‘A magnet for rip-off artists’: Fraud siphoned billions from pandemic unemployment benefits

Via: The Washington Post

Identity theft and other sophisticated criminal schemes contributed to potentially $163 billion in waste, while inflicting harm on unwitting victims.(…)

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