Home care workers, many of whom are immigrant women of color, are forced to work 24-hour days. That means, they earn $7.50/hr, less than the state’s minimum wage.

We are fighting back.

 

 
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Read Lai Yee’s Story

Lai Yee Chan, a home attendant for Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC), was forced to work 24-hour shifts, without pay on her 12-hour overnight shift.

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Demand 1199 SEIU to join our fight

1199 SEIU, the healthcare workers’ union, has been blocking home care workers’ fight for justice. The union should be helping their members, not the powerful home care facilities that force workers on starvation wages and 24-hour shifts.