This webinar expands upon a report on this subject issued in June by our State and Local Enforcement Project, along with the Economic Policy Institute and Local Progress.
We’ll have introductory remarks by Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, along with a discussion including New York City Comptroller Brad Lander, Durham City Council Member Jillian Johnson, Seattle City Council Member Teresa Mosqueda, and SEIU 32BJ General Counsel Katchen Locke.
We’ll explore how cities and other localities are:
- Passing and enforcing cutting-edge local workplace laws (paid sick leave, fair workweek, gig worker protections, and domestic worker rights, among others)
- Creating permanent city-level labor enforcement agencies;
- Setting up worker boards to make/advise on local policies; and
- Leveraging the city’s role in investing/contracting/permitting/licensing to drive labor improvements
Please join us for the conversation.