According to a new report from the National Employment Law Project, the Fight for $15 has helped win $150 billion annually for 26 million workers, with $76 billion going to workers of color. We’ve come a long way since 2012, when a small group of McDonald’s workers in NYC walked off the job. Today, our… Read more →
Workers across the country went on strike today to mark the 12th anniversary of the last time that the federal minimum wage was raised. The COVID crisis is not over. Workers have been on the frontlines of this pandemic for over a year, risking our lives to keep our communities fed and safe. $7.25 wasn’t… Read more →
Last week, workers showed up across the country demanding good union home care jobs. Keep the Senate’s phones ringing off the hook. Call 1-855-963-2258 to demand Congress invest in home and community-based care and good union home care jobs for those who provide it!
Thanks to relentless organizing by workers and allies, Delaware’s House joined the Senate in passing a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15!
If McDonald’s can afford to pay its CEO 1,189 times what it pays its average workers, they can afford to pay a living wage.
Sign the petition to demand McDonald’s take REAL steps to end sexual harassment in its stores NOW.
No matter where McDonald’s turns, they’re going to hear our message loud and clear: pay ALL your workers $15/hr NOW.
Rhode Island just made their bill raising the minimum wage law, making them the ninth state in the country to put workers on the path to $15/hr!
McDonald’s workers are walking out to demand the bare minimum needed to survive: $15/hr.
That’s why workers are going on STRIKE on Wednesday as McDonald’s convenes its annual shareholders meeting. McDonald’s isn’t going to turn around and do the right thing unless people turn up and demand that they give ALL workers $15 and a seat at the table.