Just one day after a major U.S. city hiked its minimum wage to $15 per hour, fast-food workers rallied outside of the McDonald's annual shareholder meeting in Oak Brook, Illinois, Wednesday to advocate for higher wages.
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“People like me, who work hard for multibillion-dollar corporations like McDonald’s, should not have to rely on food stamps to survive,” said Albina Ardon, a McDonald’s worker from Los Angeles and a member of the Fight for 15 campaign. Read more.
The company’s announcement came one day after plans became public for the biggest-ever strikes by fast-food workers with walkouts in 200 cities.