Hotline On The Road: The Vermont Workers Center is taking its popular Workers Rights Hotline on the road.
We’ve invited officials from Vermont’s departments of Wage & Hour, Workers’ Compensation, and the Attorney General’s office to join the Hotline Staff in answering your questions about your rights at work.

Get Answers to your Questions about
– discrimination
– unpaid wages
– harassment
– work related injuries
– howyou can help build a workers’ rights movement and more
More questions call the Vermont Workers’ Rights Hotline at 866-229-0009.

Volunteers Needed: The Hotlline staff of the Vermont Workers Center is seeking 1 – 2 additional volunteers who would be willing to take a weekly or twice monthly shift on the hotline. Hotline volunteers take questions from workers over the phone and provide information about their rights at work, make referrals and sometimes offer other assistance. The Workers Center will provide training for anyone wishing to join the existing hotline crew of volunteers. We are especially interested in anyone who do a Saturday or Sunday shift once a week or twice a month but are also interested in recruiting another volunteer for a weekday shift. Shifts are two hours are may be done from either the Montpelier office or from Burlington.

The hotline staff is also looking for help leafletting downtown Barre and/or Montpelier any day from now until November 8. We are distributing fliers about the upcoming Hotline on the Road event scheduled for November 8 in Barre. Email hotline [at] if you are interested in volunteering. 

The VWC is also looking for folks to help paint its new Burlington office. Email james [at] if you can help.