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Caption: Photo of member leaders of the UNC Housekeepers Association at a press conference in 1995. Courtesy of John Kenyon(…)
Last fall, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or “the Board”) published a notice that sounds a lot like a(…)
Last week, NELP provided testimony in support of the “Removing Barriers to Occupational Licensing for Returning Citizens Amendment Act of(…)
The PRO Act would strengthen workers’ ability to unionize and collectively bargain for better pay and working conditions, and much(…)
The new policies Uber has announced do not change the basics of how Uber exerts control: it sets fares, it(…)
A monthly blog series, Digging up the Root, will feature stories, videos, and interviews that highlight Black workers’ center organizing,(…)
Judicial review of wage theft settlements is crucial to ensuring fairness, compliance, and transparency.
I am thrilled to start this new year and decade as NELP’s new Executive Director! Taking the helm of(…)
AB5 is a landmark victory for workers who organized to restore fundamental labor rights.