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State unemployment programs have not caught up with the realities faced by workers today.
We are asking the federal government to give all workers a fair chance at a job.
If companies are surprised by DOL’s guidance, they’ve been getting bad advice, writes Cathy Ruckelshaus.
NY1’s Errol Louis discussed a state wage board’s decision to raise the minimum wage for fast-food workers with NELP’s Tsedeye(…)
Fast-food workers will earn $15 by 2018 in New York City, and $15 by 2021 statewide,
NELP’s Christine Owens explains the Obama administration’s proposed reform of overtime-pay rules on CSPAN’s “Washington Journal.”
For too long, America’s workers have been spending more hours at work but bringing home less pay.
The following statement is from National Employment Law Project executive director Christine Owens on the decision in Massachusetts to pay(…)
“The ranks of contingent workers, including the self-employed, temporary hires and independent contractors, swelled to 40 percent of the workforce(…)