CPR’s worker justice program seeks to uphold and expand the rights of workers, strengthen workplace protections (including safety and health), and deepen opportunities for workers. Through research, advocacy, and collaboration with others, CPR seeks to influence the lawmaking process, policy development, agency effectiveness, and rulemaking procedures to serve justice, workers, and the broader public.
Protecting and expanding the rights of workers---including safety and health---is the anchor of our work. Workers’ rights are compromised by constraints to collective bargaining, exclusive definitions of employees and limits to private right of action---and these must be reversed. Our work is being strengthened through a greater focus on racial equity and just transitions in a climate-altered environment. Serving as a policy resource for frontline community advocates is an emerging priority for us.
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