Worker’s Action Centre (WAC) provides frontline service providers, the precariously employed, and migrant worker communities with information about their legal employment rights and how to respond to violations. Receiving a Catalyst grant will expand WAC’s services and allow it to develop a robust and comprehensive public legal education strategy aimed at reaching workers across Ontario. It will allow the agency to reach workers in the language and region they live in. This will develop the organization’s capacity to: deepen its approach in education; expand its support to regions across Ontario that are struggling with particular forms of precarious employment such as misclassification, temp agency work, or service sector work; and expand WAC’s capacity to document barriers faced by workers in precarious employment. This will strengthen the agency’s capacity to create new materials and its approaches to its educational work.
September 20, 2018
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