fight for 15
A new bill would give fast-food workers a seat at the table setting labor standards.
Former members of McDonald's "Global Intelligence Team" must testify about “social media, security, intelligence-gathering, and/or other modalities to surveil employees who have been engaged in the Fight For $15 Campaign.”
A new report reveals that the vast majority of big food and retail corporations in the U.S. aren’t paying anywhere near a $15 minimum wage.
Employees at Burgerville just became the first unionized fast-food workers in the country.
Art Laffer is the brains behind “trickle down” economics.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” said co-owner Jacob Hanchar.
Fast food companies hope wage hikes will attract workers despite the industry's particularly unsafe and exploitative workplaces.
Labor activists are accusing McDonald's of violating labor law by spying on employees' social media activities.
McDonald’s collects ‘strategic intelligence’ on workers advocating for a $15 minimum wage, including ‘how and where will FF$15 attack the brand.’
The lowest-paid workers are expected to give up having a life, do anything for the customer, and be grateful to have a job.
The photographer Chase Castor shot four workers in Kansas City, as they struggle to survive day after day with little pay.
The union marks a major victory in the ongoing struggle for fast food workers' rights.