Learn about AB 2883, the new workers' comp law affecting cooperatives!
Join the Network of Bay Area Cooperatives and the Sustainable Economies Law Center at Mandela Foods for a teach-in about the new workers' compensation law, AB 2883, and how it impacts worker cooperatives. Topics to be covered include:
Background to AB 2883 and its requirements
What your coop can do to comply with AB 2883
Overview of the advocacy campaign underway to help amend this law
How YOU can get involved in the campaign to change AB 2883
FREE for NoBAWC members!
$5 suggested donation for non-members
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Please note that the focus of this teach-in will be on recent changes in California law requiring workers' compensation coverage. Topics such as where to obtain workers' compensation and negotiating with providers will not be covered.
About the Presenters
Charlotte Tsui is a Staff Attorney with the Center's Cooperatives programs. Her work is focused on creating an incubator for immigrant worker-owned businesses, particularly those from the domestic work sector and Asian Pacific Islander communities. Charlotte also provides support to the Resilient Communities Legal Cafe Program.
This event is brought to in collaboration with NoBAWC and SELC. The Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives is a grassroots organization of democratic workplaces dedicated to building workplace democracy in the SF Bay Area and beyond. For more information, please visit www.nobawc.org.
1350 7th St
West Oakland, CA 94607
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