Workers Rights: Top 3 Things You Need to Know

Posted on February 28, 2019 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Convening Offers Key Strategies to Improve Immigrant Workplace Conditions

Men stiffed by their bosses after working 12 hours in sun, snow and rain.  Women paid subminimum wage for scrubbing toilets.  Examples of exploited immigrant workers are older than our nation. Thankfully, Catholic Charities NY banded with key New York City organizations to fight back

Please join us and check out the Top 3 Things You Need to know to Improve Immigrant Workplace Conditions.

1) Attend our free covention this Tuesday, March 5, 2019 for all NYC Immigrant workers including

  • Day Laborers
  • Nail Salon Workers
  • Delivery Workers
  • Domestic Workers
  • Home Health Aids

2) Topics will cover:

  • Wage theft
  • Issues related to worksite immigration enforcement
  • Employment agency fraud
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certification issues
  • Worker discrimination

3) This important convention brings together workers, workers’ rights organizations and City government agencies including:

  • Catholic Charities NY
  • NYC Consumer Affairs
  • Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
  • Commission on Human Rights
  • Cooperative Home Care Associates
  • Secreatría de Ralaciones Exteriores

No English?  No worries

  • Spanish and French interpreters will be available
  • For other language interpretation, to request a listening device or another language interpretation please email Surey I Miranda at by today, Thursday, 2/28/19.

Free refreshments & free giveaways!

Walk-ins Welcome.

When:  Tuesday, March 5, from 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Where:  Lincoln Hospital, 234 E 149 St., Bronx, NY  10451