Labor Studies 134: California Workers’ Rights

Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2017

Labor Studies 134 (Sec. 0441) 1 Unit of College Credit: California Workers’ Rights

When: March 4 and 11, 2017
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
Aspen Hall Room 221
Instructor: Robert Cantore
Gilbert and Sackman

Protect Yourself and Your Fellow Worker
An Essential Class for Union Leaders, Reps, Stewards, and Activists

Taught by labor lawyer and worker’s rights expert Bob Cantore, LS 134 will describe in plain English how unions can use California wage and hour and other laws to protect members and build leverage in organizing and bargaining.

This two-Saturday course is designed for all workers, including those who negotiate, enforce or are covered by a union contract.


  • The California Labor Code and Wage Orders
  • The 8 Hour Day, the 40 Hour Week
  • Meal Breaks and Rest Periods
  • Leaves of Absence
  • Minimum Wage

Don’t miss this in-depth survey of the laws and regulations which cover the rules of the workplace and the rights of workers

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