Help create a sustainable and livable community where everyone has access to good jobs, decent housing, and quality education and childcare.
EJA is active in:
- Recruiting low-wage workers to attend Wage Justice Clinics hosted by CRLA to prevent and redressing wage theft.
- Training low-wage workers in identifying wage theft, filing claims and seeking redress.
- Supporting the work of the UCSC Center for Labor Studies on the lack of affordable housing for low-wage workers in this county.
- Organizing with low wage workers to strengthen workplaces and ensure accountability and enforcement of wage and labor rights.
You can support By:
Getting trained! Learn to identify wage labor violations and help your clients make their claims
Referring workers who may be experiencing labor violations to legal counsel with CRLA and education with EJA
Are you part of a non-profit? Bolster your social service referral system to better identify and address client claims
Host a wage theft clinic at your program site in order to better reach clients and support undocumented people in making their wage labor claims
Attending our general membership meeting every other month
Becoming part of our Steering committee and leading the charge