Working at a fast-food restaurant like McDonald’s means dealing with rampant sexual harassment. A new report finds that four out of every ten women working in fast-food face sexual harassment on the job – more than 60% higher than other industries.
Not only do fast-food workers get paid too little to live and support our families – we’re forced to face sexual harassment on the job.
McDonald’s has the power to crack down on sexual harassment at their stores. They can increase punishment for offenders and make reporting easier for targeted employees.
Instead, they keep silent. Worse, they IGNORE the people brave enough to come forward and reach out for help on their own.
It’s wrong – and it needs to stop now.