Join us for this special event to learn from top academic researchers about the magnitude of scheduling issues in Washington State, then hear food & retail workers speak out about their own scheduling nightmares and call for the state legislature to pass a statewide secure scheduling law.
This week, the Washington Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) released its latest draft proposal in the process of updating its overtime rules – a change that could be one of the biggest advances for workers since the fight for $15.
History, made: Seattle City Council has voted unanimously to pass a groundbreaking municipal Domestic Workers Bill of Rights which ensures nannies & house cleaners get the basic rights and benefits every worker needs — including power on the job.
Nannies & house cleaners are making history today: Seattle City Council is set to vote on a municipal Domestic Workers Bill of Rights which ends the exclusion of nannies & house cleaners from the basic rights and benefits every worker needs. The groundbreaking law establishes a new model of worker power — a first-in-the-nation Domestic Workers Standards Board, which empowers workers & employers to come together to effectively set industry standards on wages, benefits, training, and other issues.