Commuters, Business Travelers Face New Dangers, Shrinking Legal Rights
Pam Nichols’s February Newsletter
As if long work weeks weren’t enough, we waste more time than ever getting to work in the first place, whether on the road or by air. In 2018 the average work commute reached an all time high with the average worker spending 54 minutes – or 225 hours per year – traveling to and from their job. A startling new report details how corporate corner-cutting, lax federal oversight and relentless attacks on our legal rights are threatening the safety of millions of Americans.
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