Milwaukee protests focus on improving...

Milwaukee protests focus on improving food workers' low wages

There are 2 comments on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal story from May 16, 2013, titled Milwaukee protests focus on improving food workers' low wages. In it, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal reports that:

Fast-food and other retail workers making as little as $7.25 an hour staged a one-day strike for higher wages at what organizers said were dozens of restaurants and stores around the city, but an industry spokesman said raises for workers would hurt the eateries' ability to keep providing jobs.

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Jux Suppose

Racine, WI

#1 May 16, 2013

I wonder if these people will have a job when they return to work?

Not showing up for work or walking off the job in most of these places is usually a pink slip....or it should be!
Carrie

Waukesha, WI

#2 May 18, 2013
You must not know your rights at all, typical of a person that talks negativly of people making a living wage. You can't be fired for striking, it's against the law DUH

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