Justice At Work provides training, education, advice, referrals and direct representation for workers and staff of immigrant worker centers. Workers contact immigrant worker centers daily with cases of wage theft, workplace accidents, discrimination, sexual harassment, illegal retaliation and other work-related abuses. Justice At Work trains the staff and workers of the worker centers on workplace rights and, when necessary, performs legal in-takes with workers. When a legal claim exists, Justice At Work provides a variety of services depending on the workers’ interests. We help workers file complaints with government agencies, such as the Department of Labor or Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. We also help workers find a workers’ compensation or discrimination attorney. Or, when appropriate, we represent workers directly.
Justice At Work partners directly with immigrant worker centers, which are member-led community-based labor organizations in immigrant communities, in order to provide legal support to the organizations themselves. Continue reading →
The Small Claims Project aims to combat wage-theft, which is crippling low-wage worker immigrant communities, by accessing small claims courts to litigate various kinds of wage and hour violations. Partnering with the IWCC, the Small Claims Project secures representation for, or undertakes direct representation of, workers referred by worker centers. In order for workers to […] Continue reading →
Testimonials 1) Maria, worker, Justice At Work client, and member of the Global Injured Worker Committee: “Para nosotros, los golpeados, tiene mucho valor las reuniones que tenemos. Nos ayuda mucho para salir de la depresión que tenemos. Nos ayuda saber de nuestras leyes en que nosotros podemos ampararnos. Estoy muy agradecida con el comité. Me […] Continue reading →