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Tag Archives: health care workers
Most American workers who get injured on the job or develop an occupational disease soon become familiar with the inadequacies and injustices of our fifty state system of workers’ comp. Private employers fight their claims. Rehabilitation services are fragmented and … Continue reading
In the nearly 20 years I’ve spent organizing long term care workers, I hadn’t really personally experienced the difficulty of being a care giver. I worked the policy, political, advocacy, organizing and bargaining pieces in the Union for home care … Continue reading