- President Joe Biden plans to sign two executive orders Friday focused on workers’ rights.
- One will ensure people can still claim employment benefits if they turn down a job that poses a risk to their health.
- The other paves the way to further legislation on Biden’s promise of a $15 hourly minimum wage.
President Joe Biden has planned a series of actions aimed at raising the minimum wage for federal staff to $15 and boosting workers’ rights, Brian Deese, his National Economic Council director, told reporters Thursday.
This includes two executive orders Biden is set to sign Friday.
As part of the first order, the Department of Labor will be asked to clarify that people seeking employment can continue claiming benefits if they turn down a job because it puts them at substantial risk of catching COVID-19.
The order will provide workers “a federally guaranteed right to refuse employment that will jeopardize their health, and if they do so, they will still qualify for unemployment insurance,” White House officials said, per The New York Times.
A second executive order Biden is expected to sign Friday focuses on rights for federal staff.
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