Stand with fast food, home care and airport workers fighting for $15/hr
No matter who you are or where you’re from, if you work hard, you should be able to make enough to live a good life and provide a better one for your kids. That’s the key to getting our economy and our families back on track – and it’s worth fighting for.
That’s why fast food, home care and airport workers are coming together to fight for $15 an hour and the right to stick together in a union.
Thousands of fast food workers in more than 150 cities across the country have voted to go on strike on December 4. Home care and airport workers will be on the picket lines alongside them in solidarity.
reposted from SEIU.org
Filed under: Economy, Low wage workers, Organizing, Solidarity | Tagged: Burger King, fast food, Home care, McDonalds, New York City, Service Employees International Union, Strike action, Tertiary sector of the economy, Trade union, United States |