Archive: Fast Food Right
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The Bakers’ Food and Allied Workers’ Union’s Fast Food Rights campaign is calling for an end to the use of zero hours contracts and demanding an increase in the minimum wage to £10 per hour.
BFAWU to work with Unite the Resistance and John McDonnell MP to support fast-food industry workers.
If fast food companies can afford to pay CEOs £8.45 million, they can pay their staff a living wage.
Fast food and hospitality workers speak out from lock down to demand #100Percent pay from their employers.
Fast food and hospitality workers, from Burger King, KFC, McDonald’s, Taco Bell and Wetherspoon’s are today launching a campaign to demand their employers top up the government’s 80% wage support so they can receive “#100Percent”.