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Jobs With Justice Jun 15
In workplaces around the U.S., it's easy for a boss to commit and get away with it. If the shoe were on the other foot and you stole from the boss, termination and prosecution would likely follow. Why not for them?
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Linda B. Rosenthal Jun 17
My bill, helping workers reclaim stolen wages, has passed the Assembly and the Senate! New York had an estimated $1 billion in in last year, falling hardest on the most disadvantaged. This bill finally gives workers a leg to stand on!
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Big Momma 20m
Replying to @BigMamaChicago
This means you took an extra $9.5 MIL from Drivers & Pax just LAST WEEK! That's $494 MIL per year you're funneling out of the Chicago economy! This is and ! You either stole this money from Drivers, or Passengers. Either way still THEFT! (2 of 2)
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Hailey Kelly Jun 17
Replying to @nounnumber
Some is obvious, but some of it is just indignity-- jobs that don't allow you to sit and rest, to have a quiet, uninterrupted lunch break, jobs that make toil in factories without air conditioning, or commit casual .
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Carl 20h
Just learnt about glad is stopping it, but the point remains it should never have been happening in the first place!
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New Labor 10m
So big business is trying to stop the Anti bill from moving, even though passed as S1790! Take action!
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PRMAC_Consulting 2h
There should be no pay gap in any job when the hiring criteria is met, whether a position is filled by a male or a female. Any way the issue is cut, because the injustice has been allowed to be normalized for so long, this practice is nothing less system-sanctioned .
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Big Momma Jun 16
Please explain to me how this is not ?? Or is it ? You. Charged the passenger 25% more in Primetime (surge), but only paid me an extra $1.77
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RIDESHARE SAFETY QLD Jun 16
. continues to push QLDrs towards homelessness. Rideshare drivers are already surviving on below the minimum wage and working up to 80 hour working weeks. Now expects them to pay 20% more for rego after July 1st.
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Coworker.org 16h
Reports have indicated that millions of workers lose billions of dollars annually to minimum wage violations. Do you think you may have experienced ? Here are some next steps you might want to consider:
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UnionsACT 10h
For the next two days, you can get 200 raffle tickets for just $50 for our Young Worker Centre Raffle. Help us stop wage-theft and workplace exploitation against young people.
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WakeupAustralia Jun 14
Replying to @alisongriswold
Any biz whose core practice is & of its workers must be closed down. fined, back pay workers &/or change the biz so it is run more ethically. Uber & Lyft should never have been allowed to trade.
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Unions Are America ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿฆ…โœŠ๐Ÿพ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒŠ Jun 17
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Herrmann Law, PLLC Jun 18
Each year millions of workers are victims of wage theft. To combat this, Colorado and Minnesota recently passed legislation providing for criminal penalties against employers who engage in .
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Jo Anne Simon 21h
Proud to have co-sponsored this importent bill which will give workers a fighting chance to claim the wages they otherwise would have lost to !
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Migrant Workers Centre Jun 16
Precarious visa arrangements often stop migrants from standing up for their entitlements. Workers should not face deportation. Instead, bosses should face jail if they don't pay!
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Terri Gerstein 21h
This story shows how prevalent is, even in places where you wouldn't necessarily expect it, like a music venue in western Mass.
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andre byrne Jun 14
Why is Richmond hotbed of ? 'No tolerance': Melbourne cafes ordered to back-pay underpaid workers $25,000 -
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Mike Coulson #BlockFBPE โœ‹๐ŸŒน๐Ÿฌ๐ŸฆŠ๐Ÿ•Š๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŽถ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™ 3h
I just signed a petition from callings on to stop doing business with because of - Can you join me? Sign here:
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Morgan Miller Jun 11
Don't forget, all the contractors and workers never paid for the work they did on his construction projects.
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