Dayton Action: economic and labor issues

Economy & Labor

Income Inequality
Inequality.org: Income inequality
We Are The 99 Percent

Labor
Community Action Partnership, Dayton
FindLaw.com: Right-to-work Laws and Ohio
Employee Rights: from Ohio.gov
Fair Employment Practices: Ohio Civil Rights Commission, Dayton Regional Office
Job Center
Jobs with Justice
National Day Laborer Organizing Network
Working America – Ohio
Workplace FairnessList of helpful agencies

Business
borrow.Kiva – micro-loans
City of Dayton Office of Economic Development: Tax Breaks for businesses
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Dayton Development Coalition; the Accelerant Program
JobsOhio
Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Peace and Trade Justice Program, American Friends Society Committee, Dayton
Project Hire – rewards employers for providing on-the-job training
South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce

Ohio Government Departments
Ohio Common Sense Initiative
Ohio Department of Commerce
Ohio Development Services
Ohio Working and Employment links

Learn about Our Local Economic Outlook
– Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce 2017 Economic Outlook
Greater Dayton Downtown Plan
Ohio Development Services – Research

The only way to grow the economy in a way that benefits the bottom 90 percent is to change the structure of the economy. At the least, this requires stronger unions and a higher minimum wage.–Robert Reich

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