The Employment Justice Lab brings together workers, employers and other key stakeholders in different sectors to develop and experiment with innovative ways to realize a user-friendly justice systems. The Lab was launched because employment justice is not easily accessible, human-centered to end-users in the social system and cannot be solved by individuals alone. It is a platform for co-creation and experimentation; and just like in a laboratory, new ideas, tools and prototypes are developed to address the access to justice issue. 

Solutions are found in new technologies, new policies, new business models, and other forms of collaboration. A wide array of stakeholders participate in the Lab; producers, retailers, government, trade unions, NGOs, certification bodies, courts, law-makers, legal professionals, human rights advocates, designers and research institutes.