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WJW Stands with Carpenters to End Misclassification! WJW stands with community allies, union members, construction workers, carpenters, faith leaders, and more to fight the issue of misclassification. These photos of
El boletín del segundo trimestre está disponible. Lea aquí. Our Second Quarter Newsletter is now available! Check it out here in both English (below) and Spanish.
This is a reprint from the U.S. Department of Labor. For original story on the DOL’s website, click here. SEATTLE – A U.S. Department of Labor investigation that uncovered a
Rabbi Sally Priesand: First American Female Rabbi Ordained 50 Years Ago This Month 50 years ago this month, the first American female rabbi was ordained. She was only the second
Wage theft is far more prevalent than often acknowledged. In fact, in recent years, the cost of wage theft has consistently been more than the cost of larceny, robberies, and