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Small Changes Can Make Big Impact with Ladders

If you ever had an ergonomic review of your workspace, you know that small changes, such as moving your chair up an inch or tilting your monitor a few degrees, can make a big difference in reducing muscle aches and pains. 377 more words

Agricultural Injuries

Green America 'pleased' with Apple's first steps in banning chemicals; urges Apple to go further

Green America’s press release, verbatim:

Green America announced today that it is pleased with Apple’s August 13 announcement that it is taking first steps to protect the workers who make their products from dangerous chemical exposures. 391 more words


These 2 Harmful Chemicals Will No Longer Be Used to Assemble Your iPhone

Apple said Wednesday that its factories would no longer use two chemicals that are potentially hazardous to workers in the assembly of iPhones and iPads. 167 more words

Apple bans use of 2 hazardous chemicals in iPhone assembly

“Five months after the activist groups China Labor Watch and Green America launched a petition drive calling on Apple Inc. to abandon the use of benzene and n-hexane in the production of iPhones,” Apple has done just that, according to The Associated Press. 89 more words


Ag Center Confronts Rape in Field

The PBS FRONTLINE 2013 documentary, “Rape in the Fields,” highlights undocumented women from California’s Salinas and Fresno areas as well as Washington’s Yakima Valley experience with sexual harassment and rape suffered at the hands of their supervisors. 326 more words

Worker Safety

OSHA Whistleblower Protection Act: What You Need to Know

As many already know OSHA takes whistleblower protection very seriously and is stepping up protection for those who speak out against non-compliant and unsafe working conditions. 194 more words

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The Cost of Lower Prices

Roger’s note: human beings are both producers and consumers.  As consumers we enjoy a good bargain.  As producers we NEED a decent job.  Collectively labor should always trump consumption, although we are seduced by lower prices to betray the solidarity essential to the human community of producers (i.e. 31 more words

Roger Hollander