EJC in the News: Immigrants vulnerable as recession spurs more bosses to shortchange workers

Those without legal status or English speaking abilities are often the victim of wage theft, and have been increasingly abused because of the recession. At the D.C. Employment Justice Center, the number of unpaid wage cases reached 317, a significant increase, said Lisa Guerra, the lawyer who handles such cases. Mackenzie Baris, lead organizer with…

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