This is my first entry in the Workplace Fairness “blog,” short for weblog. In the course of my work as WF’s Program Director, I read many news articles and visit many websites that I believe would interest our site’s visitors, and I would like to pass them along to you in a timely fashion. The blog’s content will focus on legal and political information relevant to employee rights and fairness issues in the workplace. Whether you’re a plaintiff’s lawyer trying to stay on top of the latest case developments and workplace trends without surfing the internet all day long, a worker wanting to know more about what’s happening around the country, or a policy advocate looking for additional information on trends and activism, I hope you’ll find something useful here.

Please contact me via e-mail if you have any questions or comments about the site’s content. While any opinions expressed here will not be the official position of Workplace Fairness as an organization, I anticipate that they’ll be in line with WF’s mission as a

non-profit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights.

If you haven’t yet visited the rest of the Workplace Fairness web site, I encourage you to do so, as we are constantly adding new information and features to the site, and believe there’s something there for everyone. Filling the site with content has been a vast undertaking, and is not even close to what WF considers “complete” (if a web site that’s worth its salt can ever be considered complete!) We have reached a point, however, where we’re happy to share it with others, and hope that the vast majority of our site’s current average of 1,000 daily visitors find something useful there. I will occasionally mention new site developments here, but for a more extensive list of site developments, see our What’s New page.

Thanks for your interest in Workplace Fairness, whether it’s the organization or the ideal.

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Madeline Messa

Madeline Messa is a 3L at Syracuse University College of Law. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in journalism. With her legal research and writing for Workplace Fairness, she strives to equip people with the information they need to be their own best advocate.