fast food workers
A new bill would give fast-food workers a seat at the table setting labor standards.
"We won’t back down until McDonald’s takes responsibility for protecting all workers on the job," said an employee planning to strike.
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It nabbed fourth place on an annual survey released by Glassdoor.
“Given the response, I’m not sure I’ll be able to visit Chipotle again for a while. I get the vibe I’m public enemy #1.”
The workers are advocating for bills that would tackle the issue of “clopenings” and allow them more latitude to organize.
The debate Saturday night in New Hampshire began with perhaps the most awkward introduction in history and ended with frontrunner Donald Trump appearing somewhat rattled.
With momentum—and Bernie Sanders—on its side, the $15 minimum wage movement no longer seems so far-fetched.
What began as protests for higher wages and unions has turned into a social justice movement that aims to rally low-wage workers against systemic inequality.
More than 1,300 workers from all over the country traveled to Illinois this weekend for a nationwide fast food workers convention.