Workplace Fairness is collecting worker stories from around the country to inspire and highlight the need for the education of workers and employers on legal rights in the workplace. When we know our rights, we are instilled with the power to use our voices to make positive change and advocate for ourselves and others at work.
Have you experienced an injustice while at work but didn’t know how to advocate for yourself or a coworker?
Have you ever been able to invoke your rights during a difficult situation at work?
Do you have an employer who prioritizes it’s employees and encourages the use of self-advocacy?
We want to hear your story!
DISCLAIMER: Not all submitted stories will be featured. If your story is chosen, a member of our team will contact you. Stories must be true and employer names will NOT appear in the final product. If you would like your story to be anonymous, please indicate this in question two.
Lioness | Microsoft is Using Illegal Bribes in the Middle East and Africa. Why is the SEC Turning a Blind Eye?
After paying fines for violations in Hungary and South Africa, Microsoft agreed to stop the practice—but I have evidence that I believe shows they continue
Lioness | Bezos Wants to Create a Better Future in Space. His Company Blue Origin Is Stuck in a Toxic Past.
We are a group of 21 former and current employees of Blue Origin. Many of us have spent our careers dreaming of helping to launch
Lioness | My Coworker Terrorized Me and Said He Was Part of a Drug Ring. When I Told Apple, I Was Punished.
After my 15 years as a high-performing patent lawyer for Apple, the company prioritized a gun-toting colleague over my physical safety. The first time Ted
Lioness | At SpaceX, We Are Told We Can Change the World. I Could Not, However, Stop Getting Sexually Harassed.
From the man who brought you TITS U, I present SpaceX: an environmentally irresponsible company so rife with sexism, the only remedy is for women
I was working at a production company, and I am a Sabbath-observant Jew with food allergies. There were many problematic instances at this company. I