Stop Wage Theft! Know-Your-Rights and Intake Session

Is your employer refusing to pay you for the hours you worked?
Are you working more than 40 hours a week without overtime?
Were you fired, threatened, or punished for speaking up about wages?

Join Justice at Work on the last Tuesday of every month at our wage theft training and clinic in East Boston!

Tuesday, June 26th
6pm to 8pm
Salvadoran Consulate
46 Bennington St., East Boston, MA 02128

We will provide a basic overview of your wage and hour rights. After the training, attorneys will be available for brief legal consultations and intake sessions, free-of-charge.

Know your rights! You are not alone!

2018 Solidarity Awards & Celebration

What: Justice at Work 7th Annual Celebration and Solidarity Awards

When: Thursday April 26th, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm

Where: 26 West Street, Boston, MA 02111

Food, wine, beer and entertainment! Adults and children of all ages welcome. Click here to buy your ticket!

*Español abajo / Português abaixo*

Join us as we celebrate our 2018 Solidarity Award honorees (more below!) and seven years of providing legal support to worker centers and their members fighting for justice on the job. Dinner, drinks, awards program, and entertainment!

2018 Solidarity Award Honorees

Paula De Leon Carrillo, Mirna E. Pacaja, and Margarita Fuentes Herrera

Before #metoo gained widespread power, Paula De Leon Carrillo, Mirna E. Pacaja, and Margarita Fuentes Herrera were organizing their coworkers to stand up to severe sexual harassment in Massachusetts’ seafood processing plants and to demand better working conditions, including access to drinking water and adequate toilets. With support from Centro Comunitario de Trabajadores, Paula, Mirna, and Margarita have led the fight for dignified and just work for temp workers and the industries they staff across southeastern Massachusetts. Justice at Work is honored to provide legal support for their efforts, and to recognize their organizing skills and strength with a 2018 Solidarity Award.


Nicole Decter

As a partner at Segal Roitman, Nicole Decter stands out in Boston’s talented labor and employment legal field for her commitment to providing worker centers with training, research, and casework. In 2012, as lead counsel, she joined Justice at Work to represent ten immigrant workers who sought the support of their local worker center, Fuerza Laboral, after being denied the prevailing wage while working as shakers on the back of municipal trash trucks. After six years of hard-fought litigation, the workers have prevailed in Superior Court. Nikki is now orchestrating their legal response to the company’s appeal. Justice at Work, our partners, and our clients are fortunate to count on her expertise and steadfast solidarity.