Fast food workers fighting for $15 an hour took pictures of their homes to publicize what their life is like. Powerful stuff.
Willard Scott as Ronald McDonald McDonald’s constant gimmicks to reinvent itself are ridiculous and hilarious. Yes, I’m sure breakfast bowls with kale are totally going to revolutionize th
Of course it could pay $15 an hour. It just prefers its workers living in poverty. At least it provides helpful advice on how to live on the minimum wage. From the report: This paper considers the ext
Why it’s almost as if fast food companies are lying when they say they have to keep wages low in order to survive! On a recent afternoon, Hampus Elofsson ended his 40-hour workweek at a Burger K
Even by the standards of the fast food industry, this is a gratuitous way to treat workers: If you’re considering working at a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop, you may want to read the fine pri
Good run-down: What’s the breakdown of those being paid the minimum wage by age? In particular, how many are teenagers or in their early 20s? Of the 3.3 million minimum-wage workers in 2013, abo
Big news for workers’ rights today. The National Labor Relations Board has ruled McDonald’s a “joint employer.” This basically invalidates the claim used by fast food corporati
Concealment. This is primary benefit of outsourcing work and supplies from the United States. That goods are produced far, far away from the eyes of consumers benefits the corporations tremendously. I