Fast Food Wage Debate

McDonald’s Worker Isn’t Letting Age Stop Him Fighting For a Fair Wage The media is full of stories about fast food workers who are fighting to earn a fair living wage. It has been illustrated over and over again that our fast food workers are no longer college kids looking to earn some beer money, [...]

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During McDonald’s recent annual shareholders meeting in the Chicago suburbs, it was not just the McDonald’s executives and all those that are invested in the company in attendance. Although 2,000 workers from largest McDonald’s office on the corporate campus were sent home, there was another large group in attendance, outside the office. The groups in [...]

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Subway, with Twenty-Six Thousand U.S. locations, is considered one of the most popular food chains in the United States. However, recent reports show that it can claim a new title as well: the top of all the companies in wage violations. Between 2000 and 2013 the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division states that [...]

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In recent months, a growing number of people have gotten involved in the debate surrounding fast food workers and their fight for a higher wage. One of the key demands being made by fast food workers is that the minimum wage in the service industry should be increased to $15 per hour in order to [...]

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