Stories From The Front Lines

This story was written by intern Suzy Jivotovski after an interview with a worker who successfully recovered her wages, and has asked to remain anonymous. I worked for a contracting company doing cleaning work for a hotel in the spring of 2014. I, along with several other women, were told we would be paid $15.95/hr…

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New Employees on the Block

Here at EJC we have been fortunate to get a lot of fresh talent to join the team. We have enjoyed getting to know them as we continue to pursue EJC’s mission promoting workplace justice. Considering how much we’ve enjoyed getting to know them, we thought you might too. Our two newest hires, Heather Kryzak…

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Reflections on an Exciting Summer

    The Employment Justice Center (EJC) is unique in that it combines policy advocacy and community organizing efforts with legal services to protect worker’s rights and secure workplace justice. As part of my Summer Fellowship at EJC I not only had the opportunity to develop my legal skills in areas such as client intake,…

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