One man with courage makes a majority.Andrew Jackson
Why post this here? As advocates for employees in wage and hour cases, we sometimes have the good fortune to represent people who want to help not only themselves, but also their co-workers. The decision to stand up for other people can be difficult to make. Our clients know that class actions can take years to prosecute and that they will have to provide information, documents, and a deposition, and be available at every step along the way. They also know that their current or former employer may be tempted to retaliate against them for standing up for themselves and their co-workers. The people who ultimately choose to be class representatives are those who trust the courage of their own convictions. One person with courage makes a majority.