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labor reform

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She served as the first female president of the national conference of work Jane Addams
She fought against sweatshops, minimum wage, an 8 hour work day, and children's rights Florence Kelley
Also known as Wick's Bill Owens Act
Deadliest industrial disaster Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
If an employee gets hurt on the job the company has to pay for the medical expenses and lost wages . Workers compensation
Fair Labor Standards Act Child labor Laws
The least amount of money that employees of a business can be paid. Minimum wage
Movement emerged in New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston in the 1820s 10 hour work day
Helped immigrants learn English hull house
promote "the rights, awareness, dignity, well-being and education of children and youth as they relate to work and working┬┤┬┤ National child Labor committee