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Apr02

Applications now open for Spring Member Organizing Training!

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RAP’s MOT program is a 3-month intensive training program that develops the organizing and leadership skills of RAP members who want to learn how to become leaders in workplace change. You’ll get the training, skills and hands-on experience you’ll to build power in stores and across the retail industry. MOTs have gone on to become […]

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Dec18

#ChangeZara Campaign Update Video!

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Check out this video from one of our #ChangeZara worker leaders, Sharlene Santos, to learn about what the campaign has accomplished since May and our vision moving forward. 

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Oct09

Have you been denied a job or promotion due to a credit check?

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Many employers, including retail stores, use credit checks during their employment screening process. Do you think that you’ve been denied a position due to a credit check? Take this survey to help us find out more about employers who are running unfair credit checks when hiring employees. NYC City Council is close to passing a […]

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May02

Summer 2014: Member Organizing Training Applications!

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Member Organizing Training: June 2014 – September 2014 Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 at 11:59pm RAP’s Member Organizing Training (MOT) is a 3-month intensive program that develops the organizing and leadership skills of RAP members who want to learn how to become leaders in workplace change. You’ll get the training, support and hands-on experience […]

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May01

VIDEO: Retail Reality – Shifty Business released for May Day!

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RAP is excited to announce the release of a brand new, brilliantly animated video that explains how just-in-time scheduling works in retail! This video is our latest effort to educate retail workers and policy makers about the need for just hours: fair, stable and predictable schedules –  and explores who gets disproportionately affected by this […]

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