Commentary | August 1, 2016

Fed Contracts Only for Those Who Respect Workplace Laws

Let’s not reward corporations that jeopardize workers’ safety, shortchange them on wages, and discriminate against them on the job.

News Releases | July 29, 2016

On OSHA’s First-Ever Citation of Big Poultry for Delaying Medical Care to Injured Workers

The conditions found at the Pilgrim’s Pride plant are all too common throughout the industry.

Blog | July 14, 2016

The Pros and Cons of Fingerprinting Uber Drivers

Whether pro or con fingerprinting, all sides should support legislation to clean up FBI background checks for employment.

News Releases | July 12, 2016

On JPMorgan Chase Announcing Raises for Its Lowest-Paid Workers

Any boost in low-wage workers’ income is good news, but Chase and the banking industry can do more.

Blog | July 5, 2016

Making Higher Wages a Reality in Los Angeles

Winning a higher minimum wage rate is only step one.

Commentary | July 1, 2016

For Workplace Safety Violators, Life Is Cheap

The Labor Department announced that penalties for workplace safety rules violatons will increase for the first time in 25 years.

Commentary | July 1, 2016

Home Care Workers’ Long March to Justice

Home care workers finally are assured of the same federal fair-pay guarantees enjoyed by most U.S. workers.

Commentary | June 29, 2016

A Better Way to Disrupt the Workplace

On-demand companies don’t have to sacrifice flexibility to treat their workers as employees, writes Rebecca Smith.

Blog | June 28, 2016

SCOTUS Declines to Hear Challenge to Home Care Reform, Cementing Victory for Millions of Workers

The industry’s last-ditch effort to block home care workers from having federal minimum wage and overtime rights has failed.

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