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Your Rights in the Workplace During the Coronavirus Pandemic

If you experience symptoms of, or are diagnosed with COVID-19 (AKA coronavirus), you have rights in your workplace. The downloadable factsheet addresses the following areas:

  •  Sick Time
  •  Family Time 
  •  Mandated or Recommended Quarentines 
  •  Loss of Work
  •  Safety Concerns
  •  Discrimination 
  •  Retaliation 
We have also recently compiled a FAQ related to COVID-19 workers’ rights, unemployment and more. Read here

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