A safe workplace with fair practices

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Women deserve safe and fair working conditions and practices.

Creating a safe workplace with fair practices requires better enforcement of existing workplace safety requirements, safety education that is language accessible, fair scheduling practices, break time, sick time, and support for on-the-job injuries.

All too often, women, especially low-wage workers, are forced to work in unsafe conditions, are not given adequate safety gear, are denied adequate rest or break-time, and are forced to endure scheduling practices that make it impossible to work and raise a family. Low-wage and immigrant women often suffer from inconsistent and insufficient work hours that result in irregular earnings, making it hard to earn a living, care for families, and obtain public benefits.

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