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Our newest website, www.wagetheft.org, is being updated. Check back soon to find out more information about wage theft and what you can do about it.

 

Health and Safety in the Workplace

•An average of 15 workers die each day in the United States from workplace injuries or illnesses.

•Over 5,600 people die each year in the United States from workplace injuries or illnesses.

•Over 4 million non-fatal injuries were reported in 2009.

•These figures only include those injuries and illnesses which were reported by employers.  They do not include incidents that were not reported.

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT IWJ IS DOING TO PROMOTE WORKER HEALTH AND SAFETY!

 

Information taken from OSHA Website, citing AFL-CIO Report, Death on the Job: The toll of Neglect, April 2009.


Wage Theft Days of Action: Stand with the 99 Percent and take action Nov. 17-20

On Nov. 17-20, people of faith are calling for Just Jobs - jobs with pay and benefits that support a family, with employers that don't steal wages - jobs with dignity. There are three simple ways you can get involved right now:

Hold a Just Jobs Sabbath at your congregation.

Pitch a Solidarity Tent on the front lawn of your congregation in support of the economic and moral issues raised by Occupy Wall Street.

Join a Just Jobs action against wage theft sponsored by a Workers'Center near you.

Three years ago, when the first annual National Day of Action to stop wage theft was held, no one was even talking about this issue. But in the past 18 months alone, we've seen tough anti-wage theft legislation passed in New York, Seattle, Texas, San Francisco and other cities across the country.

Our voices matter. Our actions make a difference.

Contact Joe Hopkins, Workers' Center Network Assistant, at jhopkins@iwj.org for more information.

Labor Secretary Hilda Solis Addresses IWJ at Biannual Summit

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