A framework for ensuring survivors have access to UI is already in place but appears to be underutilized.... more »
Expand FLSA poster content to include tipped worker specific laws such as walk-outs, cash-drawer shortages, side-work requirements, credit card transaction fees, and tipped wage overtime specificities.
Create a new confidential WhatsApp line for workers to report labor law violations via a phone call or text messaging system.
I have been in the field for over 35... more »
Send informed people from the federal government to the job site. Conduct on site training programs just like they teach about medical and saftey issues. Then have these teachers walk around the job site. All the great leaders visited the regular persons. The police go everywhere, so does the media. Even Jesus went and talk with the people to enform them. So send instructors to the job sites.
• Accessible licensing transfer of skills
• Expansion of resources in additional languages
• Closer collaborative efforts between US DOL and state DOLs
o Working together to address problem sectors in holistic way
o Building deeper trust with community based organizations
o Providing funding opportunities to expand state enforcement
In the economic expansion prior to COVID-19, 38.8 percent of US civilians with disabilities ages 18-64 living in the community were employed, compared to 78.6 percent of people without disabilities – a gap of 39.7 percentage points. Fully one quarter (25.9%) of US civilians with... more »
In my analysis, FLSA is fundamentally flawed for it divides workers into categories such as "White Collar" and "Blue Collar" without understanding the basis for the man's existence in the natural world.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was signed into law on June 25, 1938 claiming that it will provide protection to people working... more »