Fast food companies are in a pickle.
In the past few years, as the fast food industry has experienced its own boom, some fast food companies have been accused of exploiting workers.
Fast food workers are increasingly asking the companies for higher wages, more health care and even better working conditions, but it appears that some fast-food companies aren’t listening.
Fast food companies like McDonald’s and Taco Bell have been caught in the middle of a fast food workers’ movement that’s trying to stop the exploitation of workers.
In response, McDonald’s recently hired an international union that’s working to protect workers.
Fast-food workers are demanding better working hours, better working environment and better health care.
The fast food worker movement is an increasingly popular one in the United States.
And the fast-tea industry is in a similar spot, with many fast-tech companies, including Facebook, Airbnb and Twitter, paying out more than $600 million in severance packages to employees who have taken a pay cut to protest the way the company treats workers.
Fast food workers in California, New York and other states have been organizing for higher pay and better working arrangements for years.
Fast Food workers in the US are organizing in solidarity with fast- food workers around the world.
This is a developing story.
Please refresh your page to refresh our content.