National Employment Law Project
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Survey reinforces need for worker-centered and equity-focused interventions in the pandemic recovery.
The proposed rule would make it easier for corporations to cheat their workers and avoid minimum wage and overtime protections.
With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.
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.
This bill will guarantee that workers get to keep the tips that they earn.
DOL political officials covered up an impact analysis they didn’t like, raising concerns about the integrity of the regulatory process.
The Department’s cover-up kept workers and other stakeholders in the dark about critical evidence related to the proposal’s impact.
This administration has repeatedly proven that the promise President Trump made in his inaugural address was empty rhetoric.