Issues and Advocacy
Wage & Hour Laws
Massachusetts Enacts Generous Paid Family Leave Program
Business Groups Weigh in Against Proposed Expansive Increase in Workplace Regulation
Guaranteed Jobs Idea Gains Steam with Center for American Progress Proposal
Rep. Mimi Walters to Association's Spring Labor Conference: "More and More People Are Wanting Flexibility"
Omnibus Spending Bill Noteworthy for What It Does Not Include
DOL Replaces Obama-era Intern Test with Standard Favored by Courts
Ed & Workforce Chair Virginia Foxx Addresses Fall Labor Conference: Workplace Flexibility, Joint Employer Clarification Key Priorities
Center for American Progress Report Looks to States and Localities for Mandates on Independent Contractor Benefits
WORKPLACE REGULATION: Policy Battles to Continue at State and Local Level
Congressional Democrats' "A Better Deal" Platform Seeks to Raise Minimum Wage, Push Paid Leave, Incentivize Worker Training
Seattle Minimum Wage Study Finds Negative Effects on Low-Wage Workers
Comp Time Bill Ready for House Floor; $15 Minimum Wage Bill Introduced
HR Policy Forms State and Local Committee as Employment and Labor Legislative Actions Increase Across U.S.
Trump's Call for Federal Minimum Wage Increase Departs From Republican Platform
Democrat Party Platform Calls For "Model Employer" Executive Order
State and Local Roundup: California Bill Would Ban Employers From Salary History Inquiries
California Enacts $15 Minimum Wage, Increasing Momentum for Action In Other States
Workplace 2020 Panels Create Lively Discussions on the Future of the Workplace
Spokane Voters Reject "Family Wage" as Portland and Tacoma Vote Down $15 Per Hour Wage Proposals
Spokane Ballot Initiative Could Require Employers to Pay a "Family Wage"