Request to Help Workplace Fairness – Donations Benefit Workers Navigating Unchartered Waters in the Workplace
Workplace Fairness is #1 Most Comprehensive Online Resource for Information About Workplace Rights
WASHINGTON (Nov. 17, 2020)
Dear Journalists, please share these critical workers’ rights resource pages and information with your readers.
Workplace Fairness continues to provide resource pages for workers and workers’ rights.
The national nonprofit, Workplace Fairness (WF), advocates for workers' rights and has updated its Know Your Rights content. Millions of workers in all 50 states rely on Workplace Fairness for information about their workplace rights.
- Hiring & Classifications
- Termination & Unemployment
- Employment Discrimination
- Unpaid Wages/Wage & Hour Problems
- Benefits & Leaves
- COVID-19 Resources
WF Note: You can help us in our effort to support employees, as they navigate these unchartered waters, by making a donation today. No amount is too small or too large.
Together, we can ensure that individual workers are protected and empowered! Click here to make your contribution now! With your support, we can continue to meet the changing needs of workers across the country.
We can continue to expand our online platform with new and updated resources, and we can build new programs and projects that will help us reach more workers and provide even more help and information to America’s workforce.
We hope you will consider making a financial contribution to help improve workplace fairness across the nation. For more information about Workplace Fairness or how to support/donate to the organization, please contact Carole Bernard, Administrative and Development Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Workplace Fairness
Workplace Fairness is a nonprofit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights. The organization’s mission is to educate workers and their advocates about workplace rights and options for resolving workplace problems and that policymakers, members of the business community and the public view the fair treatment of workers as both good business practice and sound public policy.
Private Interview Opportunities
Individual interviews with Workplace Fairness staff and members of the Board of Directors can be scheduled to discuss workplace issues for workers and employers.
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