National Employment Law Project
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President Trump had a choice today to either back the rights of workers, or to side with low-road corporations.
Don’t let employers in the most dangerous industries get away with hiding serious injuries and keeping false records.
Lawmakers sided with corporations that steal workers’ wages and cut corners on workplace safety.
Here’s another example of lawmakers protecting big business at the expense of workers.
Uttering platitudes is not the same as actually putting workers at the top of the agenda.
NELP and others sign letter urging House leaders not to repeal a critical OSHA rule.
Mr. Acosta deserves a thorough vetting on the issues that matter most to America’s workers.
From the start, it was clear that fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder was unfit to lead the U.S. Labor Department.
Key principles for a broad public-private system of social benefits that is universal, portable, and flexible for all workers.