Good stuff here: Labor groups and fast-food companies in California reached an agreement over the weekend that will pave the way for workers in the industry to receive a minimum.
On September 11, 2001, mostly Saudi terrorists hijacked four planes as an radical attack on the United States. They killed 2,996 people at the time. More have died since of.
I wonder if there's something employers could do to get workers into available jobs? Imagine....what if there was an incentive such as higher wages or better hours that could convince.
One of the biggest problems workers face is that employers can fire them for any reason. This should not exist. Of course, this is at the center of why every.
This report shows just how unsafe working conditions are in the fast food industry. 79 percent of fast food workers were burned in the last year and 58 percent received.
Massachusetts is trying to do something about its tipped minimum wage. It raised it in a recent bill all the way to $3.75 an hour by 2017. To say the.
Chicago just passed a minimum wage increase that will take it to $13 in 2019. Quite reasonable. Business owners are not happy. Shockingly, as business owners have said with every.
This probably won't surprise you, but Restaurant Opportunity Centers United, the labor organization fighting for labor rights in the restaurant industry, has released a report showing the vast racial disparities.