The Court has set two different standards for when employees can waive their workplace rights.
Recent research suggests mandatory arbitration clauses have undermined employment rights.
Report shows that rideshare companies convinced the majority of states to enact laws in the businesses’ favor.
Economists find that strict housing regulations may significantly lower U.S. gross domestic product.
Scholar argues that U.S. labor regulation historically has been grounded in gendered assumptions about families.
Expert argues that occupational licensing reform will unlock the economic potential of former prisoners.
Scholars evaluate the viability of adjusting regulations to accommodate changes in economic conditions.
There has been a massive expansion in the analysis and reform of occupational licensing—a trend to be viewed with dismay.
The Department of Labor issued guidance defining “joint employers.”
A new Philadelphia ordinance allows the city to take steps to stop wage theft.
New York bill would regulate the way some employers manage work schedules.
Study highlights the potential value of professional investment advice—and the cost of curbing access to it.