“American, Delta, and United made a combined $7.4 billion last year. Meanwhile, the majority of airline catering workers still earn less than $15 an hour. As a former union member myself, I stand with airline food workers fighting for fair wages and a union!” Ilhan Omar (tweet from May 28th). Ilhan Omar is fighting for […]
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Right now, the City of Saint Paul is at the threshold of passing a minimum wage similar to the one that has already been adopted by Minneapolis. UNITE HERE Local 17 emphatically supports such an increase to the standard of living for working families that is supported by Mayor Carter. Saint Paul workers deserve $15 […]
This year we are facing a vitally important election. At the federal level politicians are doing everything they can to make working people’s lives harder. Giving massive amounts of money to the most wealthy and starting trade wars that hurt American jobs are the wrong ways to help working families. At the state level, Republican Politicians […]
Minnesota’s 2018 elections are incredibly important for ALL working people if we want to preserve our freedoms and fight for a better life. In June the Supreme Court issued a decision in the Janus v AFSCME case that is nothing more than an attack on working people. Right to Work threatens our freedom to join […]
On Monday, April 16th Rep. Joe McDonald (R-Delano) brought legislation (HF 4061) before a House Committee to cut pay for tipped workers and allow their employers to pay less than minimum wage otherwise known as a Tip Penalty. Local 17 members turned out to let them know that a tip penalty isn’t right! Local 17 servers spoke […]
All working people deserve a fair return on our work! On Monday, April 16th Rep. Joe McDonald (R-Delano) is bringing legislation (HF 4061) before a House Committee to cut pay for tipped workers and allow their employers to pay less than minimum wage otherwise known as a Tip Penalty. We have to turn out to let […]
Last week, the US Supreme Court heard a case that would limit public sector workers’ freedom to join together and negotiate for a fair return on their work. What the corporate-backed groups who brought this case forward don’t understand is that no matter how much they attack us – working people won’t be silenced. Just […]