National Employment Law Project
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The FAIR Act would end corporations’ imposition of forced arbitration and class/collective action waivers in employment and civil rights cases.
The rise of forced arbitration is fueling the wage theft crisis.
Judicial review of wage theft settlements is crucial to ensuring fairness, compliance, and transparency.
DOL’s proposal would allow employers to assign tipped workers more non-tip-generating work while still only paying them $2.13 an hour.
To truly tackle the problem of wage theft in our current system, which almost always places on workers the burden(…)
Vast majority of states leave workers who challenge wage theft exposed to retaliation, chilling efforts at accountability.
When a new congressional majority rode to power in the 1990s on an agenda that demonized civil legal services and(…)
Trump fails to confront the ongoing crises facing low-wage workers but enjoys stoking fears about threats that do not exist.
Increasingly, employers use non-competes to prevent workers across the company from leaving for better jobs and higher wages.