Tell Lobbyists to Stop Supporting Wage Theft

CEOs of Companies with Federal Contracts

Wage theft on federal contracts is a national epidemic according to investigations by the U.S. Senate and Government Accountability Office.

In Washington DC alone, Good Jobs Nation filed over 30 legal complaints with the US Department of Labor to help 1500 workers to recover over $5 million dollars in stolen wages at the US Senate, Pentagon and other national landmarks.

To protect these vulnerable workers, President Obama signed the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order to stop wage theft and other legal violations on federal contracts.  

But now lobbyists for powerful federal contractors filed a lawsuit to block the Executive Order from being implemented.


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To: CEOs of Companies with Federal Contracts
From: [Your Name]

We call on you to stop your campaign to defend wage theft on federal contracts.
Wage theft hurts low-wage workers who work hard and play by the rules. It also hurts good companies who can’t fairly compete against firms that cheat workers and cut corners.

We support President Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Executive Order because federal contracts should not go to companies that profit by stealing workers’ wages and violating U.S. labor laws.