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.
– 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