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Coronavirus – FAQs

The Center for Workers' Rights is committed to making sure workers in Sacramento have information about how the Coronavirus outbreak might affect their jobs and income. To help workers understand
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Married Janitorial Team Awarded $154,000 in Wages and Penalties

On September 19 and 20, 2019 the Labor Commissioner’s office served decisions awarding a combined total of $154,790.72 to Center for Workers’ Rights clients Manuel and Nancy Estay, former janitors at an event space in Stockton. 
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Language Discrimination Case at Davis Restaurant Reported by Sacramento Bee

"[Francisca] Perez worked at Osteria Fasulo for 11 years, making dishes such as braised rabbit stew with polenta for some of Davis’ wealthiest diners until May 31, 2018. During the dinner rush that night, Fasulo allegedly overheard her take an order from wai
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New Year, New Location for the Workers’ Rights Clinic

On September 20, 2018 the Center for Workers’ Rights and Legal Aid at Work launched the 5th year of the Workers’ Rights Clinic with UC Davis Law School (King Hall) at its new location at the Department of Health Services building for the County of Sacramento on Florin R
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CWR Responds to Inaccurate Portrayal of Independent Contractor Misclassification

On September 6, 2018, the Sacramento Bee published a misleading post about the misclassification of employees as independent contractors.  In the article, the Sacramento Bee quotes an owner of a local Barbershop about the impact the California Supreme Court’s decision in Dyname
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Appellate Court Rules in Favor of CWR in Piece Rate Truck Driver Case

The Center for Workers’ Rights began representing truck driver Curtis Vance after he attended our Workers’ Rights Clinic during its first year in January 2015. Vance often spent more than half his day “on duty, not driving,” which mostly went unpaid under the piece rate scheme
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Advocating for Rights of All Workers on Labor Day

Once again, the Center for Workers’ Rights celebrated Labor Day with union members and local politicians at the Sacramento Central Labor Council’s Labor Day Picnic held this year at Fairytale Town at William Land Park.   We distributed information about workplace rights
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Center for Workers’ Rights Selected to Represent the Sacramento Family Unity, Education, and Legal (FUEL) Network

The Sacramento FUEL Network is a coalition of nonprofits, religious organizations, law school immigration clinics, businesses, local pro bono attorneys, educators and other community partners dedicated to helping Sacramento residents prevent, prepare for, or defend against deportation
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4th Annual Awards Celebration

Thank you for making our 4th Annual Awards Celebration a success!   On August 8, 2018, we gathered at the Citizen Hotel to celebrate our 4th year providing legal and advocacy services to low-wage workers in the greater Sacramento area.   We honored Pamela Lopez w
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