News Releases | February 25, 2020

With ‘Joint Employer’ Rule, Trump NLRB Sides with Corporations Again

When a company calls the shots at a workplace, it should be responsible to the people who work there.

News Releases | January 13, 2020

Labor Department’s ‘Joint Employer’ Final Rule Exposes More Workers to Wage Theft

DOL’s rule makes it easier for corporations to cheat workers and look the other way when workplace violations occur.

News Releases | August 26, 2019

Temporary Jobs Are Growing Fast, But Temp Workers Have Few Legal Protections

Only three states—Massachusetts, Illinois, and California—have legal protections in place for temp workers.

News Releases | June 19, 2019

Report: Outsourcing of Federal Jobs to Temp Agencies Has Doubled Under Trump Administration

Outsourcing work to temporary help service agencies degrades the quality of federal government jobs.

News Releases | April 1, 2019

DOL ‘Joint Employer’ Proposal Would Upend Decades of Worker Protections

DOL’s proposal would make it harder for workers to enforce wage and hour laws.

News Releases | June 7, 2018

America’s Nonstandard Workforce Faces Wage, Benefit Penalties, According to U.S. Data

Black and Latinx workers are overrepresented in nonstandard work with the lowest job quality: temporary help agency work.

News Releases | February 26, 2018

NLRB Vacates ‘Hy-Brand’ Decision, Leaving Stronger Joint-Employer Standard Intact

For now, the NLRB’s ‘Browning-Ferris’ decision outlining a stronger joint-employment standard stands.

News Releases | December 15, 2017

On NLRB’s Reversal of Browning-Ferris ‘Joint Employer’ Ruling

Here’s yet another example of the Trump administration favoring corporations over working people.

News Releases | July 27, 2017

On House Republicans’ Bill to Take Away ‘Joint Employment’ Legal Protections from Outsourced Workers

Companies that call the shots at a workplace should be accountable for how the workers there are treated.

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