National Employment Law Project
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The time is now to prioritize the needs of underpaid Black and Indigenous people and other people of color, with(…)
Washington, DC. Underpaid frontline workers have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic, but many can expect a bit(…)
The deal provides temporary unemployment relief for millions but falls far short of the just recovery we need and demand.
With workers around the country, we call on our newly elected leaders to fight for a just and inclusive economy.
Every vote must be counted. The will of the voters decides elections.
This nomination process was an affront to our democracy.
The proposed rule would permit companies to exclude more workers from minimum wage and overtime.
More than half the 1,744 retaliation complaints received were dismissed without being investigated.
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