EL PASO’S NEWEST CRIME WAVE: A Wage Theft Epidemic in the Borderlands – This groundbreaking report uncovers an epidemic of wage and hour violations running rampant in the El Paso area, and the impunity with which employers are able to violate their employees’ rights. Co-authored by the Labor Justice Committee, the report provides the first-ever statistical analysis of an epidemic of wage and hour violations occurring among low-wage workers in the El Paso region. In an economy where many workers are struggling to get by, this Report tells the story of local workers who have lost their homes and livelihood due to wage theft and reveals the government’s inability to address these violations. Finally, the authors explore steps that El Paso can take to better protect exploited workers.
Broken Laws, Unprotected Workers: Violations of Employment and Labor Laws in American Cities – An in-depth analysis of deteriorating labor standards across the country, published by the UIC Center for Urban Economic Development, the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, and the National Employment
ICED OUT: How Immigration Enforcement Has Interfered with Workers’ Rights – A very telling recent report that focuses on how uneven immigration enforcement has undermined the labor rights of working people.
Can My Boss Do That – An organization committed to educating and empowering U.S. workers