Vulnerable Women in the 21st Century Workforce: Latina Worker Roundtable

Remember the Vulnerable Women in the 21st Century Workforce webcast back in March? As a follow-up to this webcast, The Department of Labor is hosting Latina Worker Roundtable discussion this Tuesday, May 22nd from 8:00-9:30am at the Rose Community Foundation. The discussion will focus on the needs and challenges that face Latina workers, who are often the most vulnerable in the workplace, as well as identifying possible solutions.

To RVSP please contact:

Dusti Gurule 303-844-1256 – gurule.dusti@dol.gov

You must RSVP by tomorrow, May 18th! 

Missed the Vulnerable Women in the 21st Century Workforce webcast back in March? You’re in luck! You can find it here.

 

The Conference on World Affairs

This week the University of Colorado at Boulder is hosting The 64th Annual Conference on World Affairs. If you are free this Friday, April 13, from 10:30-11:50am consider attending the session “Unions: Labor Pains” in the University Memorial Center, Room 235. This session will feature four panelists: Michael G. Franc, Gigi Ibrahim, Steve Katz, and John Nichols. All sessions are free and open to the public.

Department of Labor’s Women in the Workforce Webcast Series

Tune in tomorrow, Friday March 30th from 11:30-1:00pm MDT, for the latest webcast from the Department of Labor’s Vulnerable Women in the 21st Century Workforce Series: Latina Workers. Women’s Bureau Director Sara Manzano-Diaz, Senior Advisor and Director of the Office of Public Engagement Dr. Gabriela Lemus, and Director of the Center of the Center for Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Philip Tom invite you to joing them for this webcast on America’s most vulnerable workers. To RVSP and get the webcast’s viewing link, please contact:

Marzy Bedford-Billinghurst bedford-billinghurst.marzette@dol.gov

TOMORROW: The U.S. Department of Labor “Know Your Rights” Video Webinar

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has developed the “Know Your Rights” video series, offered English and Spanish, to provide workers with useful basic information in different scenarios that workers encounter in the workplace.

Tomorrow, Wednesday March 21 from 3-4pm (EDT) there is a online screening with Nancy Leppink, U.S. DOL Wage and Hour Division Administrator. There will be a Q&A session following the screening.

Space is limited, so if you’re interested, RVSP here.

To tune in live for tomorrow’s video, click here.

Questions or concerns? Contact Tania Mejia: mejia.idania@dol.gov