National Employment Law Project
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Workers are demanding that policymakers take action to support people pushed out of work before wider layoffs begin to mount.
NELP believes in workers’ right to strike as a fundamental democratic principle.
Such programs must promote worker mobility and strengthen economic security and not weaken existing labor rights.
It’s an affront to workers that the Federal Reserve continues raising interest rates, threatening to throw the economy into recession.
Tens of thousands of New Jersey temporary help and staffing agency workers triumphed over significant challenges, building power with support(…)
Emergency paid sick and family leave, modernizing and expanding unemployment insurance, monthly tax payments to families with children and expanded(…)
Congress must act to build an unemployment insurance system that will support all workers at all times.
As of 2021, 37 states and more than 150 cities and counties have adopted ban-the-box laws.
Black women, Black femmes, and Black queers in New Orleans hustle as a culture of resistance.