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The Employee Rights Advocacy Institute For Law & Policy was founded to advocate for employee rights by advancing equality and justice in the American workplace. As one of the nation’s leading voices advocating for employees, we invite the media to contact us with any inquiries relating to workers’ rights and connect with us on social media.

National Office
2201 Broadway, Suite 402
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (415) 296-7629
Fax: (866) 593-7521
info@employeerightsadvocacy.org

Washington DC Office
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Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 898-2880

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The Employee Rights Briefing is a monthly newsletter designed to help keep you up-to-date on breaking news and emerging trends impacting America’s workers. From the growth of forced arbitration of employment disputes, to employee misclassification, to stories of wage theft and workplace discrimination, the Employee Rights Briefing will report on employment law and policy developments from the federal government to state legislatures to the courtroom and everywhere in between. Our goal is to provide you with a digestible snapshot of the events shaping employment law and policy, so that you can be kept abreast of the most important issues facing today’s workers.

We welcome your feedback! If you have any questions, or are aware of any stories or issues you think should be included in the Employee Rights Briefing, please contact us.

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Vision + Action: Inside The Institute is published quarterly by the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and The Employee Rights Advocacy Institute For Law & Policy (The Institute). The Institute was established in 2008 as NELA’s public interest organization to share NELA’s mission and broaden our reach. The Institute advances employee rights through innovative legal strategies, policy development, grassroots advocacy, and public education. The Institute protects workers’ access to the courts and promotes employee rights by influencing the broad, macro conversations that shape employment law.

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