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Celine McNicholas

Celine McNicholas

Celine McNicholas is labor counsel for the Economic Policy Institute and a core member of EPI’s Perkins Project on Worker Rights and Wages, a policy response team that tracks the Trump administration’s wage and employment policies.

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Amazon Union Vote in Bessemer Shows Exactly Why We Need the PRO Act

U.S. workers will continue to face a rigged system until lawmakers finally stand up to entrenched corporate power.

Celine McNicholas ·


The Biden Administration Can Reverse Much of Trump’s Bad Labor Policy Without Congress

The Trump administration has consistently advanced a pro-corporate, anti-worker agenda. It is critical that the Biden administration work with the same diligence from day one to reverse these actions.

Celine McNicholas ·


Republicans and Corporate Interests Exploit Coronavirus Crisis to Erase Companies' Liability

Any effort to immunize corporations from responsibility to ensure workers a safe workplace will only lead to fewer protections for working people.

Celine McNicholas ·


We Need an Essential Workers Bill of Rights—Now

Congress must include worker protections in the next coronavirus relief bill.

Celine McNicholas ·


Congress Should Immediately Pass Legislation Protecting Workers' Safety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Enough is enough. Workers are risking their lives every day to provide the services we have deemed to be essential.

Celine McNicholas ·


What a 'Phase Four' Stimulus Package Must Provide

This bill must be passed quickly and must be sufficient in scope and magnitude to address the severity of the economic and public health crisis we are experiencing.

Josh Bivens ·


Any Industry Bailout Package Must Include Meaningful Protections for Working People and Guardrails Against Corporate Greed

Unlike the 2009 bailout, Congress must now ensure that working people—not just corporate executives and shareholders—benefit from the direct infusion of cash from the government.

Heidi Shierholz ·


Supreme Court Will Decide If Women Can Join Together To Fight Sexual Harassment At Work

24.7 million American workers have been forced to sign contracts that, as a condition of employment, require them to waive their rights to joining a class action lawsuit to address sexual harassment and other workplace disputes.

Celine McNicholas ·

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