Worker networks and labor organizations can establish worker centers to help workers organize and more effectively engage in collective bargaining. Workers centers are nonprofit, community-based organizations that provide social services and labor resources. They help fill a void in sectors where non-standard forms of employment predominate and in industries where workers face barriers to formal unionization.
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) - the organization uses a number of non-traditional means to help workers organize, such as their Jornaler@ app. The app allows day laborers to identify and report businesses that failed to pay workers. The data allows organizaer to bring formal complaints against the businesses to recoup lost wages.