Created in 1994, the Workplace Fairness organization "provides information, education, and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights." First-time visitors to the site can get started by clicking on the "Working People" section. Here they will find workplace rights listings for all 50 states, along with resources for those who feel their rights may have been violated. Moving on, their blog ("Today's Workplace") offers some good commentary on issues of the day, including discriminatory workplace attitudes and "green" workplaces. Working journalists will find court and class action updates, a "legislative roundup", and other timely information in the "Journalists" area. Also, visitors can sign up for email updates, and connect with the organization via Twitter and Facebook.
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