National Employment Law Project
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The coronavirus has shined a light on the fragility and inadequacy of our worker health policies. We have an opportunity(…)
The wellbeing of tens of thousands of workers in pork processing plants is at stake.
A new USDA rule would remove all line-speed limits in pork plants, putting both workers and consumers at risk.
This Labor Day, it’s time we fight to restore Democratic rights in the workplace — including the right to form(…)
Workers at XPO’s Memphis warehouse spoke out against pregnancy discrimination and harassment; in response, the company shuttered the warehouse.
Trump fails to confront the ongoing crises facing low-wage workers but enjoys stoking fears about threats that do not exist.
New York’s needlessly complex wage system prevents many from taking home the full minimum wage.
Via: The Hill The Trump administration continues its attack on workers and unions: Its latest volley is a Department of(…)
We cannot uphold our most basic workplace protections, such as the minimum wage, overtime premium pay, and child labor protections,(…)