In partnership with Legal Aid at Work, the Center for Workers’ Rights offers one-on-one legal consultations for low-wage workers on workplace issues.
Call for an appointment: 916-905-5857 or 866-864-8209. We also welcome walk-ins.
The Workers’ Rights Clinic is open on selected Thursday evenings during the academic year at 6:30pm. It is held in the Community Room at the Department of Human Assistance at 2450 Florin Road in Sacramento. The clinic will be held on the following dates during the 2018-2019 academic year:
The Workers’ Rights Clinic is open to local workers regardless of immigration status. Income restrictions do apply.
In addition to individual counseling on employment issues, the Center for Workers’ Rights educates local workers, unions, and community members about workplace laws and remedies. Know-Your-Rights trainings will be conducted by Center staff and volunteers.
If you are interested in scheduling a training for your organization, please contact the Center.
The Center provides limited representation for low-wage workers in unemployment benefits appeals hearings, labor commissioner wage claims, and discrimination claims before administrative agencies.