DC 35 Fights Wage Theft Alongside a Broad Coalition of Community Partners, Labor Partners and Legislative Leaders

On Tuesday, September 22nd, DC 35 Joined Community Labor United, AFL-CIO Pres. Steve Tolman and MA Building Trades Pres. Frank Callahan and a host of contractors with the support of over 100 lawmakers, to combat the scourge of Wage Theft and Misclassification across industries and throughout the workforce in Massachusetts.
DC 35 Organizer Tom Richardson with DC 35 Member and Senior Organizer at CLU, Phillip Reason
DC 35 Member, CLU Director and VP of the GBLC, Darlene Lombos with AFL-CIO Workforce Development Advisor, Bob Bower
State Auditor, Suzanne Bump, gives testimony in support of S966
State Auditor, Suzanne Bump, gives testimony in support of S966
DC 35 Political Director, Roger Brunelle looks on.
Sr. Adv. to the Mayor for External Affairs, Tim Sullivan consults with the DC 35 Organizing Team
Secretary of State, Bill Galvin, gives testimony in support of S966
Supporters from Worker Centers all over the State prepare to give testimony in support of S966
A Coalition of Labor Leaders and Responsible Contractors give testimony in support of S966
MA AFL-CIO Pres. Steve Tolman fires up his testimony in support of S966
Executive Director at PHCC of Greater Boston, Hugh Kelleher, delivers the contractors point of view bin support of S966
Packed House in Support of An Act to prevent wage theft and promote employer accountability
DC 35 Political team with members of the Chinese Progressive Assoc. Wage Theft is Rampant in the Hospitality Industry
DC 35 Organizers know it takes the entire industry to stand up to effect change.