WHY DONATE TO SFER?
SFER is a non-profit organization, formed to provide the same quality services to member employees, as that received by Employers. Employees trust our services because we are not paid by employers, and work exclusively in their best interest. We work closely with employers to resolve employer issues because most times, employers do not trust the in-house HR department to look out for them. Our work is priced reasonably to make our services accessible to all employee, and individuals, including people who are out of work and seeking employment.
In some cases, we do not charge at all, if we are serving a financially challenged individual. Due to the numerous recent employment law changes, many workers find themselves in unexpected on-the-job circumstances. You can help us continue to provide reduced or no costs for our services to those who required financial assistance, by donating to SFER
Please make your contributions in $40.00 increments or a monthly amount of your choice. Thank you in advance for your kind support as we continue to make our services available to all workers irrespective of financial ability.
RECENT CHANGES TO FEDERAL LABOR LAWS, that may cause employment distress or dismissal:
- Revoked a rule that expanded the number of peoplewho could earn overtime pay.
- Stopped a rule that would require large companies to report worker incomes by race and gender. The rule was aimed at reducing pay disparity.
- Reversed an interpretation of the Civil Rights Act that provided protectionto transgender workers…
- End a rule that barred employers from taking some or all of the tips given to service employees.
- Ended limits on the ability of states to drug test those seeking unemployment benefits.
- Revoked an executive order that mandated compliance by contractorswith laws protecting women in the workplace.
- Repeal of a rule allowing states to create retirement savings plans for private-sector workers.
- Removed information about worker injuriesfrom the Occupational Safety and Health Administration website.
- Removed the mandate that government contractors disclose past violations of labor law.