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Save the Date: April 28, 2020! The 20th Annual Faith-Labor Breakfast, followed by the Annual Workers’ Memorial Day Commemoration, will be on Thursday, April 28 at Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 E. Gorham Street, with former Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman as our featured speaker. Her life and work speak to…
The Annual Meeting of Worker Justice Wisconsin will be held on February 20, 2020 at the Madison Labor Temple, 1602 S Park Street, in Room 109 from 6:00-7:00 pm. In the midst of this cold winter, let us gather and celebrate the good work we have been able to accomplish,…
NIOSH Science Blog post about the prevalence and the hazards to workers with insufficient access to bathroom breaks during the workday. The list of who is affected includes teachers, nurses, agricultural, line, and service workers.
In a followup to his earlier article about wage theft, Dave Zweifel writes about Worker Justice Wisconsin’s ongoing efforts to assist workers to recover the wages that have been stolen from them.