Jennifer (JJ) Rosenbaum is currently with the Global Labor Justice Project, and is a lecturer at Harvard Law School. You can follow her on Twitter at @rosenbaumjj. She researches human rights approaches to raising standards for low-wage workers on global supply chains—both global production networks and global labor subcontracting chains. She has litigated cases before trial and appellate courts, lead national policy campaigns, and testified before the U.S. Congress on labor protections for migrant workers and consults with worker organizations on raising workplace standards, overcoming forced labor, and advancing new forms of bargaining. She received her J.D. from Harvard Law School.
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Congress is trying to use appropriations expand the H-2B temporary worker program—where migrants are exploitable and have few rights—by 73 percent
Using the H-2A guestworker program for year-round agricultural jobs would lower wages for farmworkers
Temporary foreign workers by the numbers: New estimates by visa classification