How to reach us

If the resources on this page do not address your needs, please call our Workers Rights Clinic at (415) 404-9093, or (559) 220-8989 if you are located in the Central Valley. We provide services in English, Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin and can arrange services in additional languages. Or tell us about your situation by email by clicking on the link below.
  • (415) 404-9093
    Workers' Rights Clinic
  • Tell us briefly about your situation
  • (559) 220-8989
    Central Valley Helpline

Know Your Rights: Videos

Featured Resources

  • California Fair Chance Toolkit
    California Fair Chance Toolkit
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  • Black Workers Matter Zine A Know Your Rights Guide
    Black Workers Matter Zine A Know Your Rights Guide
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  • Image of Know Your Rights fact sheet for Workers with Records
    Know Your Rights: Workers with Records
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  • Imagen de Hoja Informativa para conocer sus derechos para los trabajadores con antecedentes penales
    Conozca Sus Derechos: Trabajadorxs Con Antecedentes Penales
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Highlights of Our Work

  • image of hands in handcuffs filling out application form with question
    San Jose Mercury News: "Ban the Box: California law gives strong protections, but some businesses don’t heed them"
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  • image of San Francisco Black Firefighters
    The Quest for Diversity in the San Francisco Fire Department
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  • Nelson Henry
    Discriminatory “Blue Discharge” Finally Reversed After 75 Years in Case Brought by Legal Aid at Work and Golden Gate Law School’s Veterans Advocacy Clinic
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  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission seal
    Vox: "More and more workplace discrimination cases are being closed before they’re even investigated"
    Staff Attorney Stacy Villalobos comments on the issue of the lack of full investigations by the EEOC into workplace discrimination.
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  • Event flyer for Know Your Rights training on November 21, 2019
    Know Your Rights Trainings
    Legal Aid at Work staff is available for trainings on the rights of formerly incarcerated and system-impacted job seekers. For more information, please contact us at 1-415-864-8848.
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