National Employment Law Project
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The FAIR Act would end corporations’ imposition of forced arbitration and class/collective action waivers in employment and civil rights cases.
The rise of forced arbitration is fueling the wage theft crisis.
DOL’s proposal would allow employers to assign tipped workers more non-tip-generating work while still only paying them $2.13 an hour.
Vast majority of states leave workers who challenge wage theft exposed to retaliation, chilling efforts at accountability.
The D.C. Council’s repeal of Initiative 77 is a historic low point for democracy in the District of Columbia.
New Yorkers secured a huge victory today in the fight to reclaim our democracy from the outsized influence of corporations.
The agreement calls for gradually raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.
Equal treatment in wages is not just good policy, it is just—and an imperative for the District of Columbia.
The law cannot be more clear: Tips belong to workers and no one else.