Alexia Fernández Campbell, Center for Public Integrity

Alexia Fernández Campbell

Center for Public Integrity

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Past articles by Alexia:

Hunger, depression and unemployment: Trans adults are struggling

The past two years have been difficult for everyone, but they’ve been particularly rough for transgender adults. → Read More

Who benefited most from pandemic stimulus payments?

The GAO told Congress that it couldn’t tell if the massive pandemic stimulus bill — the CARES Act — reached everyone it was supposed to help. → Read More

Postal workers go into debt when managers claim they were overpaid

The Postal Service has garnished postal workers’ wages because managers say they were accidentally overpaid. → Read More

Millions of workers just got a pay raise –

Twenty-one states and 35 municipalities hiked their minimum wages in January, according to the National Employment Law Project. → Read More

Black women are still dropping out of the workforce. Here’s why. –

Since September, 181,000 Black women have left their jobs, even as the labor force participation rate of women in all other racial groups has increased. → Read More

The holiday rush is here. Will mail carriers get paid for all their work? –

The USPS has a habit of shorting workers on pay, private arbitration awards show. → Read More

This year at USPS: Mail slowdowns, big executive bonuses for DeJoy and others –

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy got a $75,000 performance bonus in fiscal year 2021, plus about $56,000 in other perks, accordig to a new report. → Read More

What happened when I reported that USPS keeps cheating mail carriers –

September 10, 2021 The U.S. Postal Service has repeatedly been shorting mail carriers on their pay for years, according to a Public Integrity investiagation. → Read More

USPS has cheated mail carriers for years –

USPS supervisors and postmasters have been caught changing mail carriers’ timecards to show them working fewer hours, resulting in unpaid wages. → Read More

CEOs got bonuses while workers struggled during the pandemic –

The Center for Public Integrity is an investigative newsroom that exposes betrayals of the public trust by powerful interests. → Read More

CEOs got bonuses while workers struggled during the pandemic –

CEOs at the largest publicly traded companies earned, on average, 351 times in pay as much as the typical worker in their industry. → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

Already battered by long shifts and high infection rates, essential workers struggling through the pandemic face another hazard of hard times: employers wh → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

These businesses often pay less than the minimum wage, make employees work off the clock, or refuse to pay overtime rates. In the most egregious cases, bosses don’t pay their employees at all. → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

U.S. companies that cheat their workers out of pay are unlikely to be fined or punished even after they're caught → Read More

Companies are stealing billions from workers—and getting away with it

Already battered by long shifts and high infection rates, essential workers struggling through the pandemic face another hazard of hard times: employers who steal their wages. When a recession hits, U.S. companies are more likely to stiff their lowest-wage workers. → Read More

US companies that cheat workers out of pay unlikely to be fined or punished, Labor Department data found

The analysis found that the government rarely penalizes repeat offenders and often lets the companies that do get caught pay workers back less than they owe. → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

U.S. companies that cheat their workers out of pay are unlikely to be fined or punished even after they're caught → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

Danielle Wynne rang up customers at a Circle-K gas station in Brevard County during shifts that started at 4:30 a.m. Before and after clocking in, Wynne said, her manager made her work for free. She counted cash in the register, brewed coffee, cleaned the store, set out condiments and refilled the lottery machine — all while off the clock. → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

These businesses often pay less than the minimum wage, make employees work off the clock, or refuse to pay overtime rates. In the most egregious cases, bosses don’t pay their employees at all. → Read More

How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it

These businesses often pay less than the minimum wage, make employees work off the clock, or refuse to pay overtime rates. In the most egregious cases, bosses don’t pay their employees at all. → Read More