News Releases | June 30, 2022

SCOTUS Sides with Fossil Fuel Industry in Shameful EPA Decision

By weakening EPA’s ability to tackle climate change, the Court has further imperiled the planet and our lives.

Blog | June 17, 2022

Reversing Labor Laws Rooted in Slavery

At-will employment and the subminimum wage emerged from the backlash to Emancipation.

News Releases | June 15, 2022

SCOTUS Slashes More Worker Protections in Viking River Cruises Decision

The Supreme Court today thwarted yet another avenue for workers to come together for better pay and working conditions.

News Releases | June 7, 2022

New GAO Reports on Unemployment Insurance During the Pandemic Highlight Urgently Needed Reforms

Following is a statement from Jenna Gerry, senior staff attorney with the National Employment Law Project: “Today, the Government Accountability(…)

News Releases | June 3, 2022

May Jobs Report: Unemployment Insurance Overhaul a Pressing Need Even During Periods of Job Growth

Strengthening UI is critical to racial equity, as job growth continues to be uneven.

News Releases | May 25, 2022

On the Uvalde, Texas School Shooting

We join in collective mourning and solidarity with all who demand action to prevent gun violence.

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.(…)

Blog | May 19, 2022

Limiting Non-Compete Agreements Is Key to a Just Recovery

Many state legislatures are successfully taking on the challenge of non-compete reform.

News Releases | May 16, 2022

On the Buffalo, New York Mass Shooting

The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, on the Buffalo, NY(…)

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