An event every week that begins at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until 12.27.23
Have you lost your job? Were your hours cut? Was your pay reduced? Are you sick and unable to work? Are you unable to work because you are taking care of an ill family member or a child who is not in school? Do you have questions about Unemployment Insurance or Disability Insurance?
Are you owed minimum wage? Overtime wages? Your last paycheck? Were you denied meal breaks? Rest breaks? Paid sick leave?
Has an employer retaliated against you for speaking up for your rights? Has an employer threatened to deport you or report you to ICE? Have you been sexually harassed or discriminated against? Are you concerned that your rights are being violated by an employer or former employer?
If you need legal advice, consultation, or representation* in any of these work-related issues, sign up for Bet Tzedek’s Employment Rights Project Workers’ Rights Virtual (Telephonic) Clinic WEDNESDAYS FROM 4-7 PM.
You can request an appointment by leaving a voicemail at 323-648-4767. Advanced registration required. If all appointments are full on this date, you will be offered an appointment at the next available date. The consultation, and all legal services, are free of charge.
*While consultations will only result in representation when the agency has the capacity to take on new matters, all workers will be given advice and counsel.