When: Friday, December 10, 2010; 9:00am-12:00pmWhere: Workers’ Rights Center 2300 S. Park St. Suite 109 Madison, WI 53713
Who: Service Providers with Low-Income /Working Class Clients
Cost: $15 (fee waiver available for low-income organizations)
Have you ever wondered what to do about employment issues that your clients face? Do you know what to do and where to refer your clients when they have a workplace problem? The Workers’ Rights Center would like to invite you to an important upcoming training for your staff that will help answer these questions.
The Workers’ Rights Center serves workers in the Dane County area and seeks to create better working conditions through education on rights and responsibilities in the workplace. We have trained volunteer advocates to provide confidential, personal assistance to workers who are experiencing job related problems.
This 2.5 hour training will inform you and your staff about basic workers’ rights, how to enforce workplace rights, what responsibilities an employee has, and where to turn if there is a problem. [Sometimes a simple misunderstanding or miscommunication that is NOT addressed causes additional problems/stress or perhaps even job loss.]
To reserve a spot in this training, please contact the WRC at (608) 255-0376 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All participants will receive a copy of the Wisconsin Workers’ Rights Manual, which is available in either English or Spanish. We hope to see you on the 10th!
The Workers’ Rights Center, 2300 S. Park Street, Suite 109
Madison, WI 53713 (608) 255-0376