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California COVID-19 Worker Resource Clearinghouse

A collaboration between the California Alliance for Secure Employment (CASE) and Future of Work and Workers (FOWW)​

Our Vision:

Working people throughout California, as well as their families and communities, are facing an unprecedented health and economic crisis. We are also witnessing and participating in inspiring acts of solidarity and collective action. Advocates have mobilized to provide legal, financial and logistical support to our clients, members and communities. The resources below are intended to support peoples’ immediate needs today and in the coming weeks. 

While supporting and looking out for each other now, we also invite you to join with us to define a new normal: where work provides working people with stability and safety, where we are treated fairly and with respect, and where our jobs allow us to provide for ourselves and our families, and to join together to ensure that our communities thrive in a just and inclusive economy.

 

Resources for advocates

 coming soon…
For support with enforcing your rights or addressing complaints with your employer, contact your union, worker center, legal assistance organization, or one of the organizations in our coalition. We are:

Service Employees International Union CA
Service Employees International Union 721
Southern California Coalition on Occupational
Safety and Health
United Service Workers West
UC Berkeley Labor Center
UCLA Labor Center
United Food and Commercial Workers Union 770
United for Respect
Warehouse Workers Resource Center
Working Partnerships USA
WorkSafe

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