Tuesday February 10 2015
Board of Supervisors Meeting at County Building
70 West Hedding St., San Jose
The Board of Supervisors will be voting on anti-wage theft language to be included in contracts of successful bidders. In response to the Wage Theft's Coalition's advocacy, the Board of Supervisors enacted anti-wage theft language to be included in RPF:'s. We would like supporters to speak at the Board of Supervisors' meeting on Feb. 10. Wage theft hurts workers and their families. In 2012, the Labor Commission awarded $8.4 million to workers who were victims of wage theft, and workers were only able to collect $2.8 million. Wage theft is an epidemic that must be stopped. Legislation will help to deter wage theft and end the culture of noncompliance. Please support us.
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