Our national workforce keeps our country running and provides invaluable services we often take for granted. Nobody should have to work multiple jobs or extraordinary hours to provide for their family, save for retirement or feel financially secure. As an electrician by trade, I know the best social program in the world is a job and I believe every worker must have an opportunity to succeed, which starts with fair pay. Women have made great strides in history, but it’s time they receive equal pay for equal work and the opportunity to maintain a work and family balance. We need to ensure working families have fair wages, safe working conditions, and a voice in the workplace.
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U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (D-NJ-01) and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) led a letter to Director Thomas M. Brady of the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), regarding urgent matters concerning contract negotiations between DoDEA and the Overseas Federation of Teachers (OFT).
U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) released the following statement regarding the tentative railway labor agreement. The tentative agreement was reached in the early hours this morning after U.S. Secretary for Labor Marty Walsh hosted negotiators at the Department of Labor for hours of talks between rail companies and unions representing tens of thousands of rail workers.
Rep. Donald Norcross (D-N.J.), a lead sponsor of the bill, said Wednesday that "there would be no Starbucks without the thousands of employees who show up to work, including during the pandemic."
Severe criticisms of Amazon recently have come from Rep. Donald Norcross, D-Camden, and Rep. Frank Pallone, D-Monmouth, for what they said were high rates of workplace injuries at its New Jersey warehouses. An Amazon worker died at a facility in Carteret, Middlesex County, during the company’s intense Prime Day sale July 12-13.
Norcross, a longtime union electrician, accused Amazon in April of displaying an “apparent disregard for the health and wellbeing” of its warehouse workers...
Rep. Donald Norcross (D-N.J.), the other House Labor Caucus co-chair, wrote Thursday on social media that "Starbucks—a multi-billion dollar corporation—is squeezing its workers to stop them from exercising their legally protected rights."
Rep. Donald Norcross applauded the county in a statement, stating he is proud to have helped pass the American Rescue Plan to make this relief program possible.
“Caregivers provide a critical service to our loved ones, and they have gone above and beyond to keep them safe during the pandemic,” said U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, D-1st District. “I applaud the Camden County Board of Commissioner for this innovative and necessary program.”
“American made” isn’t just a slogan. Behind these words are millions of good-paying jobs for hardworking families. I have been saying for years that the best social program is a good-paying job. For generations, a simple idea has defined the American Dream: that if you work hard and play by the rules, you can make it in America. Today, too many working families feel that dream slipping away. But we can bring that dream back into focus with an American-made agenda.
“The Inflation Reduction Act is a job creator first and foremost,” he said. “Investing in clean energy by manufacturing solar panels, offshore wind components, and batteries domestically means our energy future is going to be made in America."