If you go McDonald’s Location on May 19 in a major city, you may not receive the service as expected. This is because cashiers and chefs of the fast-food giant plan in 15 cities across the country to demand a $ 15 minimum wage.
The vice president A deadline to walk-out is set for a day before McDonald’s annual shareholder meeting, where the $ 15 per hour wage issue is expected to be on the agenda. The workers, who are part of the fight for the $ 15 movement, will be out of jobs in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Chicago, Detroit, Flint, Kansas City, St. Louis, Houston, Milwaukee. And other cities.
Struggling with the fast-food industry A major labor shortage, And McDonald’s operators have had to come up with creative ways to attract new employees. One location in North Carolina has reportedly offered a $ 500 sign-on bonus for new work, while a franchise in Florida tried to lure prospective candidates with only $ 50 payment for a job interview. According to business InsiderMcDonald’s wants to hire 25,000 workers in Texas and another 8,000 in Tennessee, while also competing with other chains to hire.
However, Fight for $ 15 members, who have been organizing for the minimum wage law since 2012, say McDonald’s has an easy solution to hiring – simply paying its hourly workers a payable salary. Do it
A manager from McDonald’s Kansas City said, “Our message to shareholders on May 19 is that you don’t have to wait for the law. You can give us 15 hours.” The vice president.
McDonald’s recently accepted a $ 15 minimum wage for its workers would not hurt its bottom line.
“As long as it’s done in a staged way and in a way that’s the same for everyone, McDonald’s will work with exactly that,” CEO Chris Kempinski Told investors in January.
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