This report sheds light on the precarious working conditions and obstacles that domestic workers in New Jersey face. The Center for Women and Work worked with a coalition of four NDWA affiliates to survey of more than 400 immigrant women who work as housecleaners, nannies, and home health aides in New Jersey revealing a pattern of exploitation, including employers committing wage theft, refusing to grant sick leave, and even denying lunch and rest breaks. Read the report to learn more about the key survey findings and policy recommendations.