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On Shaky Ground: Poll of Latino Views on the Economy - Full Poll Results
Weighted poll results from the July 2014 national poll of Latino registered voters.
Latinos and Social Security: How to Maximize Your Benefits
This brochure explains how delaying claiming Social Security benefits can increase monthly benefits for life.
Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2013
NCLR letter of support for the \Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2013\ (S. 460/H.R. 1010)
Now Hiring? Orlando Roundtable Proceedings
The roundtable convened by NCLR in Orlando on September 25, 2012 was a first attempt to engage leaders from a cross-section of the local government, business, and nonprofit sectors in an honest conversation about how to ...
Latino Policy Priorities for Energy and Climate Change
As the fastest-growing segment of the workforce—and among the hardest hit by the recession—Latinos have much at stake in the design and implementation of new federal energy and climate change policies. The aspects of the ...
NCLR Affiliate Comments on The Department of Labor’s Proposed Overtime Rule
Latino-led, Latino-serving nonprofit community organizations from across the country submit a letter of support for the Department of Labor's proposed rule to expand overtime pay protections. These organizations form the ...
NCLR Comments on Proposed Rule to Limit Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica
NCLR supports a proposal to protect workers from lung illnesses in construction and other industries by limiting their exposure to crystalline silica (quartz) dust. NCLR submitted formal comments to the Federal Register ...
NCLR Comments on The Department of Labor’s Proposed Overtime Rule
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) strongly supports the Wage and Hour Division's proposal to update the salary level test for determining exemption from minimum wage and overtime pay protections under the Fair Labor ...
National Poll Measures Latino Workers’ Experiences Regarding Health, Safety, and Wage Issues
Topline results of a poll conducted by NCLR and Latino Decisions. On behalf of NCLR, Latino Decisions interviewed 700 Latino registered voters currently in the workforce. The study was conducted between May 12-25, 2017.