The Saint Paul Labor Studies and Resource Center seeks to educate the general community, policy makers and workers about changes in today’s workplace and the economy. It also promotes community debate about how these changes affect workers, the workplace and our communities. When necessary, the Saint Paul Labor Studies and Resource Center may be involved in providing direct service to those impacted by changes in the workplace.
The Saint Paul Labor Studies and Resource Center is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Labor Studies would like to thank the following funder for its generous support:
The AFL-CIO Community Services Program is the primary Labor Studies venture.