As the car industry continues to boom in the US, car workers are now fighting for better working conditions and safer working conditions for themselves and their families.
A coalition of independent care worker advocacy groups is calling on the federal government to protect workers from employers who may retaliate against independent care employees for speaking up about unsafe working conditions.
The National Automobile Workers Alliance, which represents independent care providers in the U.S., said it is working with car workers and other independent care professionals to protect the rights of the industry.
The Alliance has been working with independent care and carworkers to improve working conditions across the country, including in California, where independent care has been the target of car companies for years.
“This is not a problem that’s going away,” said Elizabeth Wray, the Alliance’s executive director.
“We are going to continue to fight to make sure independent care is safe and the car workers have safe working conditions.”
California has long been the epicenter of the independent care industry.
It has the largest independent care workforce, with more than 20,000 workers in the state.
The industry employs more than 1 million people in California alone, according to the California Labor Department.
The car industry in the Golden State is also a major employer of child care workers.
It employs nearly 13,000 child care providers and employs more then 6,000 adults, according the California Department of Business Oversight.
A recent California Department for Children and Families report found that children’s care providers are underrepresented among child care industry workers, and the percentage of women in child care has risen from 19 percent to 26 percent in the last two decades.
The advocacy groups has been asking the government to take immediate action to protect independent care labor.
“We believe that the U-Haul car industry needs to take steps to protect all of its workers, including the workers in its warehouses,” said Amy Kowalczyk, the deputy director of the National Independent Care Workers Alliance.
“They need to ensure that independent care staff have safe and appropriate working conditions, and that all workers have the right to join together and work together to ensure a safe and healthy workplace,” Kowczyk said.
The independent care companies in the Southern California area have long been at the center of a lawsuit filed by the car companies against the union for striking car workers.
In November, a federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed the case and said that the car manufacturers were not able to bring a class action because they did not have enough money to pursue the case.
California workers have also filed suits against the independent contractors and other companies that have been hired to supply parts and materials for vehicles in the southern California area.