Can My Boss Do That?

  • PHONE:  715-360-6732 
  • OPEN Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment
  • EMAIL:  nwcwp@yahoo.c

About Us

WHO We Are...



is a volunteer driven 

workers' resource center.

WHAT We Provide...

+  workers' rights information on wage claims, wages and hours, discrimination, family medical leave act, health and safety, harassment, unemployment and workers compensation,

+health and safety laws and workers' rights,

+advocacy resources,

+referrals to state and federal agencies

+training to assist workers in successfully resolving

  workplace problems reflecting on mobilizing for change.  


All workers should be treated with dignity and respect.

All workers should have a safe and healthy workplace.

All workers should have access to and knowledge of workplace laws and rules.

Workers joined together have more strength and can accomplish more.


The Northern Wisconsin Center for Working People is staffed by volunteers with over 150 years of representing workers.

The volunteers received training from staff at the Madison Workers' Rights Center.

Intakes have been with workers in childcare, hospitality, warehouse & manufacturing, construction, healthcare/education in Wisconsin and Michigan.  


Workers Memorial Day Observance......Thursday, April 26th, 2018 

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Workers' Memorial Rock at Pioneer Park, Oneida Ave. Entrance-Rhinelander

Fallen Workers remembered in poetry, bell ceremony and song.

Bring a chair 

Northwestern Lounge after observance (on your own dime)


The Northern Wisconsin Center for Working People is

a 501c3 organization. 

All contributions are tax deductible. 

NWCWP depends on grants

and individual donations.

Donations can be sent to:

Northern Wisconsin Center for Working People

P.O. Box 71

Rhinelander, WI  54501

Contact Us

Let us know your work place question .

We understand that each company has unique HR needs. Feel free to message or call us with any specifics.

Your time is valuable, and we will make sure to get back to you as soon as we can.


Northern Wisconsin Center for Working People

(715) 360-6732