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AFSCME ✊🏽 Mar 24
Front-line workers need proper supplies and equipment to do their jobs safely and fight this pandemic. is about protecting our communities. Congress must NOW:
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AFSCME ✊🏽 Mar 25
Front-line workers across the country are stepping up to protect our communities. But they cannot fight this pandemic alone. Congress must make sure public service workers have the supplies, equipment and testing they need:
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AFSCME ✊🏽 Mar 24
Public service workers are already out there each and every day protecting our communities during this pandemic. There's no time to waste. Congress must NOW:
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Workplace Fairness Apr 8
Workers have the right to file a whistleblower complaint online with OSHA (or 1-800-321-OSHA) if they believe their employer has retaliated against them for exercising their rights under the whistleblower protection laws enforced by the agency.
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Workplace Fairness Apr 6
Amazon warehouse assistant manager who organized a walkout from the company’s Staten Island, NY has been fired. Employees are allowed to engage in concerted activity, for their mutual aid or protection regarding terms and conditions of employment.
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Workplace Fairness Apr 3
FRIDAY HUMOR: Happy Friday! We know working at home can be difficult! But don’t worry, we won’t charge you for this information. WF provides information on workers’ rights that help keep you up to date with latest news and changes.
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Workplace Fairness Apr 3
WORKER’S RIGHTS SPOTLIGHT: COVID-19 layoffs and shutdowns have forced millions of workers into unemployment. WF has compiled state by state information to help you navigate these difficult times. Find UI benefit answers here:
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Workplace Fairness Apr 2
STAY INFORMED: I just for fired, how do I get unemployment benefits? What can I do to stay safe during COVID-19? We have the latest news, blogs and court cases on the biggest issues in labor & employment law. Sign up today!
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Workplace Fairness Apr 2
Call 202-224-3121. Tell your U.S. senators and representative to demand that Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia issue an Emergency Temporary Standard to protect all essential frontline workers.
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Workplace Fairness Apr 1
WF IN THE NEWS: “It is always important to remember that when you are given a device by your employer, always assume they are either tracking the location or software you are using or will at some point...” Read more what WF had to say here:
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Workplace Fairness Apr 1
WHAT’S NEW: Many people have questions about The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). We have compiled info and answers to FAQs to for guidance during this transition. We also provided answers to questions about the recovery rebate. Read here:
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Workplace Fairness Apr 1
ARTICLE SPOTLIGHT: and have exploded in recent days, with people urging President Trump and their local politicians to take more action to protect renters as they're struggling to pay rent. Read more here.
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Workplace Fairness Mar 31
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Workplace Fairness Mar 31
On , we can’t ignore the fact that working from home during the crisis is a privilege 70% of workers don’t have. Low-wage Black & Latinx employees, who already experience unfair pay, are least likely to be able to & stay employed. [Source - EPI]
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Workplace Fairness Mar 31
An PSA: has made it clearer than ever that low-wage workers – ⅔ of which are women – are always essential. It’s time for Congress to recognize the value & dignity in all work by raising the minimum wage & passing (a boost for )!
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Workplace Fairness Mar 31
@nationalwomenslawcenter Today is  – the point in the year when the typical woman’s pay catches up to what men typically made in 2019. But many for many women, equal pay day comes much later in the year.
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Workplace Fairness Mar 30
Pay discrimination means women & our families are disadvantaged when it comes to relying on saving in times of crisis. One way to help solve pay discrimination: pay data collection! We can’t fix what we can’t see. We need to collect data to achieve
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Workplace Fairness Mar 30
Equal pay for all women requires vigorous enforcement of laws and intentional work to combat discriminatory pay practices – including access to pay data broken down by factors like race & ethnicity.
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Workplace Fairness Mar 27
FRIDAY HUMOUR: Happy Friday! While we really hope this is not the case! But, you should probably check out our website, just to be safe. WF provides information on workers rights that help keep you up to date with latest news and changes.
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Workplace Fairness Mar 27
Women to know: The uprising of garment workers in NY, happened because of Clara Lemlich, a unionist and Jewish immigrant. She became an important figure in the labor movement and the fight for suffrage. Learn more about her here:
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