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Make Plans to Attend the Vote on the Wage Theft Ordinance on January 14th

Shelby County needs a wage theft ordinance! It's simple: if you work you should get paid. If you haven't been paid all the wages you're owed, you should have a straightforward way to recover them. Your presence is needed at the ordinance vote on January 14th. Learn more about the campaign

Tell County Commissioners to pass a wage theft ordinance

Thousands of hard-working people in Shelby County have their wages stolen by their employers. It's time for Shelby County to pass a local wage theft law, so that workers have a way to recover their stolen wages. Sign our petition to County Commissioners or learn more about the wage theft ordinance.

Sign up for state legislature alerts on worker rights issues

This session of the Tennessee Legislature, like last year's, is shaping up to be a rough one for workers. From attempts to repeal our local living wage laws to attacks on the rights of union members, your action will be needed. Sign up now for WIN's brand new email list, focused on quick actions you can take on particular state legislature bills. Even if you already receive general WIN emails, please also sign up for this new list.

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Become a member of Workers Interfaith Network

WIN's members engage in advocacy and organizing to win concrete victories with low-wage workers. Become part of our movement and put your faith to work for justice.We invite you to join Workers Interfaith Network today.

Volunteer

With a small staff, Workers Interfaith Network relies on our volunteers and grassroots leaders to carry out much of our work. Whether you want to volunteer occasionally or on a weekly or monthly basis, your involvement will make a difference for workers seeking justice. If you're interested in volunteering, please let us know by filling out our volunteer interest form.

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  • The members of Workers Interfaith Network – people just like you – have won living wages and fair working conditions with thousands of workers.
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