Standing up for dignity women day laborers

Source: Maria Figueroa, Ligia Gualipa, Yadira Sanchez, and Legna Cabrera, Workers Justice Project, Worker Institute at Cornell, Jews for Racial & Economic Justice, 2016

From the abstract:
This report examines the range of issues facing women day laborers who seek employment at in Brooklyn. Over the years day laborers have become one of the most vulnerable groups of workers within the growing non-standard workforce in the U.S. There is an added vulnerability that results from women day laborers being employed as domestic workers. Despite improvements in the law, policy gaps remain for providing wage and workplace safety protections for day laborers who work as domestic workers.