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BY ALEJANDRO LAZO AND JEANNE KUANG IN SUMMARY As California investigates businesses for wage theft, worker centers act as behind-the-scenes allies, helping(…)
Wage theft is when an employer withholds benefits, such as breaks or compensation, that an employee has already worked for.
A stunning 24% of workers in the temp industry say they have had their wages stolen from them by their employers,(…)
This law helps fast-food workers sustain a nonprofit that advocates for them.
If the Trump administration rescinds the Obama-era tipping rule, they will essentially be making tip stealing legal.
When customers tip, they believe that that money is going to the worker.
The Trump administration’s regulatory rollbacks deemphasize projects that help workers.
Donald Trump has made immigrant communities fearful in a new way.
“Even prior to Trump’s immigration policies, there was a culture of fear in our workplaces across the country.”