National Employment Law Project
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The federal government has failed to protect workers and shows little sign of changing, but recent developments in states and(…)
The workers compensation system is in a deeply troubled state, with enormous financial and social costs for America’s workers.
Expect the number of workers who have signed away their rights on the job to rise.
The ruling could set back the Me Too movement against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Workers who take to the courts against an employer must do so as individuals.
This law helps fast-food workers sustain a nonprofit that advocates for them.
Mississippi has one of the worst injury rates in the country, according to a new report.
The country’s unemployment insurance system is not prepared for the next recession.
If the Trump administration rescinds the Obama-era tipping rule, they will essentially be making tip stealing legal.