Blog | June 25, 2018

When Workers Don’t Get Paid What They’re Owed – And What Congress Can Do About It

A federal proposal, the Wage Theft Prevention and Wage Recovery Act, would go far in tackling this massive challenge. It(…)

News Releases | June 21, 2018

On the Trump Administration’s Proposal to Merge U.S. Depts. of Labor, Education

This misguided proposal deserves to land with a thud in Congress.

News Releases | June 21, 2018

Ohio Immigration Raids Will Deter Workers From Speaking Up Against Dangerous Conditions

Three workers were maimed or killed in the targeted plants in the past six months.

News Releases | June 20, 2018

Massachusetts Joins New York and California in Adopting $15 Minimum Wage

The agreement calls for gradually raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.

News Releases | June 20, 2018

D.C. Ballot Initiative Victory Shows Strong Public Support for Higher Wages for Tipped Workers

Tips are a supplement to, and not a substitute for, wages.

News Releases | June 19, 2018

On the DOL’s Final Rule on Association Health Plans

The administration opens the floodgates to “fake” health insurance and potentially widespread fraud and abuse.

News Releases | June 19, 2018

Trump Administration’s Shameful Policy of Separating Children From Parents

America should be protecting families and upholding our nation’s ideals of decency and respect for human rights.

Blog | June 15, 2018

LGBTQ Workers Are Winning Their Rights. But Because of Forced Arbitration, They Can’t Use Them.

The expansion of LGBTQ employment rights has coincided with workers’ diminishing access to the court system.

Blog | June 15, 2018

Five Questions with Debbie Berkowitz, NELP’s Worker Health & Safety Director

Debbie Berkowitz answers 5 questions about her journey as a worker safety and health advocate.

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