It's a busy week for workers' rights issues. Alexander Acosta is officially on the job as Labor Secretary. The House has passed a bill that will allow employers to offer overtime workers paid time off instead of overtime, depriving them of valuable, and sometimes necessary income. And it is rumored that tomorrow Trump may sign a new executive order addressing religious liberty which could seriously and negatively affect the hard won rights of the LGBTQ community. Workplace Fairness is staying on top of developments that affect workers rights.

Workplace Fairness offers easy-to-read workers’ rights information in every area of employment law, and tracks the most current news in the employment law sector. We help over 4 million workers per year get the information they need about their rights in the workplace and connect them with employment law attorneys. Visit our site and share us on social media to help us help workers and their advocates.

View this email in your browser
Workplace Fairness
Workplace Week
News and viewpoint for working people and advocates
WF in the News more

Portia Bynum interviewed guests Attorney Paula Brantner, Darlene O'Neal and Kathi Harris.

Keep in Movin'

Keep it Movin’ is a contemporary civil rights, educational, community and national interest radio broadcast with an emphasis on: 1) Age, gender, and racial equality; 2) Justice for part time workers...

Today's Workplace more

Facebook’s gender bias goes so deep it’s in the code

Lauren Williams

Food Workers Take On Fowl Play at Tyson—And Win Better Conditions

Bruce Vail

On May Day, Working People Across Borders Are United to Build Power

Richard Trumka

The Price for Killing Workers Must be Prison for CEOs

Leo Gerard

Democrats unveil plan for a $15 minimum wage

Laura Clawson

In the Courts more

Snyder v. Dep't of the Navy

In an appeal of the Final Decision of the Merit Systems Protection Board affirming the decision of the Department of the Navy to furlough petitioner for six days between July and September of 2013 as a result of the federal government sequestration of 2013, the Board's decision is affirmed where there is no reversible error.

May 4, 2017

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Email
Have your site tap the power of WF! Get 0-1-2-3
In the News

Trump Administration Is Sued Over Alleged Intimidation Of Federal Workers

An American jobs threat worse than coal is coming to your hometown

May Day Marchers Around The World Celebrate Workers, Immigrants

Senate Confirms R. Alexander Acosta as Labor Secretary

American Airlines announces pay raises, and investors balk

In Cleveland, co-op model finds hope in employers rooted in the city

11 Sue Fox News, Citing ‘Intolerable’ Racial Bias

Roundtable Anticipates Changes to Labor and Employment Relations Under Trump Administration

In New Lawsuit, Tantaros Claims Fox Illegally Surveilled And Hacked Her

Aeroflot Workers Are Told Passengers Want Attractive Flight Crews

Attorneys: Want to boost your online presence?

With over 4.25 million visitors to our website each year hoping to learn more about their rights, we help people needing lawyers all year long...and we want you to join us! With our websites and web content that highlight the most important issues representing workers and our deluxe listings and advertising, you can be ready for any season!

To learn more, contact us by email or at 240-772-1205.

Copyright © 2016 Workplace Fairness, All rights reserved.

8121 Georgia Ave, Ste 600, Silver Spring, MD 20910