Thou Shalt Not Steal – A Toolkit on Wage Theft

Source: Interfaith Worker Justice, 2010

Wage theft is all around us. The illegal underpayment and sometimes nonpayment of workers’ wages has become a standard feature of many workers’ lives. Stopping and deterring wage theft requires a multi-prong approach. Workers need to be educated about their rights. Employers need to understand their responsibilities. Both individual and organizational consumers must learn to ask questions about wage payment.
See also:
Questions and Answers
How to Talk About Wage Theft
A series of pieces on talking about wage theft. Includes:
How to talk to Policy Practitioners
How to talk to Unions
How to talk to the Media
How to talk to Religious Groups
A Guide for Workers
How to talk to Students
Organizing a Wage Theft Delegation
How to organize a delegation to your congressional leaders.
How to Order Wage Theft in America
No Hurtarás Herramientas Sobre el Robo de Salarios
The complete Wage Theft Toolkit in Spanish

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