Former McDonald’s CEO: Minimum Wage Protests Forcing Chain to Use Self-Serving Kiosks As McDonald’s employees protest for a $15 per hour minimum wage, the fast food chain may have plans to replace them, said the former CEO.
A number of minimum protesters were arrested on Tuesday.. Epoch Times 1 day ago
Dozens Arrested in US Minimum Wage Protests Dozens of people have been arrested as they participated in protests nationwide for a $15 per hour minimum wage. (Nov. 29)
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The nationwide movement to raise the minimum wage is in KC. Source: Rumble - 3 days ago <p>On Tuesday workers at O&#39;Hare airport will strike as part of national day of minimum wage protests</p> Source: Rumble - 3 days ago KSPR's Sheena Elzie reports. Source: KSPR - 3 days ago $15 Minimum Wage Protests Source: KLAS Las Vegas, NV - 3 days ago The efforts are part of the National Day of Action to Fight for $15. Source: CBS 13 Sacramento - 3 days ago
Protesters Demand $15 Minimum Wage Across U.S. Protests involving fast-food, airport and hospital employees, among others, were organized in cities including New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. NYTimes.com 3 days ago
Arrests made in minimum wage protests across country Arrests were made in Detroit, New York and Los Angeles.
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Arizona Restaurant Association challenges voter initiative to raise minimum wage, judge to hear arguments Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Joshua Rogers was to hear a challenge to a voter initiative to raise the minimum wage from $8.05 an hour to $12 an hour by 2020 on Thursday. The Associated Press.. bizjournals on August 11, 2016 Watch: Minimum Wage Protests Outside the GOP Debate ABC News' Charli James and LZ Granderson speak to minimum wage protesters. ABCNews.com on February 7, 2016
Minimum wage protests take place across the country Fast food workers across the country staged protests Tuesday, asking for an increase in the minimum wage. Ben Tracy has been following the story. CBS News on November 11, 2015 Also reported by • MyNorthwest.com Nationwide minimum wage protests begin in L.A. Los Angeles fast food workers are joining a nationwide "Fight for 15" protest and strike Tuesday calling for a $15 minimum wage and a union. Workers in 270 cities are expected to walk out in what.. L.A. Times on November 10, 2015 Minimum Wage Protests to Hit Cities Across U.S. Workers in the fast-food, home care and airline industries are staging protests and strikes throughout the United States on Thursday. msnbc.com on December 4, 2014