Fast Food

Following Tuesday’s Historic $20 Million Chipotle Settlement, Workers, Union Leaders, and Elected Officials Hail Intro of Landmark NYC Council Bills as “New Front” in Battle Against Fast Food Companies that Brazenly Violate NYC Employment Laws

New York, NY –Today, union leaders, 32BJ SEIU members, elected officials, and allies joined former and current Chipotle workers at a City Hall Park rally celebrating the introduction of two key NYC Council bills targeting fast-food companies that have repeatedly violated NYC employment laws, like Chipotle. Both pieces of legislation build upon hallmark employment victories such …

Following Tuesday’s Historic $20 Million Chipotle Settlement, Workers, Union Leaders, and Elected Officials Hail Intro of Landmark NYC Council Bills as “New Front” in Battle Against Fast Food Companies that Brazenly Violate NYC Employment Laws Read More »

CURRENT AND FORMER CHIPOTLE WORKERS MARCH WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS, LABOR LEADERS TO DEMAND CHIPOTLE PAY $20/HOUR AND FOLLOW NYC FAIR WORKWEEK LAW

New York, NY – Today, current and former Chipotle workers took their demands for $20/hour and fair work schedules to the heart of American commerce, 6th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. Workers and their supporters were arrested as they called for real dignity, higher wages, and an end to Chipotle’s practices that produce high employee turnover …

CURRENT AND FORMER CHIPOTLE WORKERS MARCH WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS, LABOR LEADERS TO DEMAND CHIPOTLE PAY $20/HOUR AND FOLLOW NYC FAIR WORKWEEK LAW Read More »

NEW REPORT: CHIPOTLE DISPROPORTIONATELY DENIES MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO QUALIFIED BLACK APPLICANTS

NEW YORK, NY – 32BJ SEIU and Fast Food Union released a shocking report today titled, “Unequal Opportunity: Uncovering Discrimination in Hiring at Chipotle Mexican Grill,” with research by the Equal Rights Center, which found that Chipotle Mexican Grill significantly favored white applicants over similarly qualified Black applicants for open store management positions. According to …

NEW REPORT: CHIPOTLE DISPROPORTIONATELY DENIES MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO QUALIFIED BLACK APPLICANTS Read More »

CHIPOTLE WORKER RETURNS TO WORK 4 DAYS AFTER ACCUSING CHIPOTLE OF RETALIATION FOR HER UNION ACTIVITY

NEW YORK, NY – Today, Brenda Garcia went back to work at Chipotle (136-61 Roosevelt Ave, Queens, NY 11354). This came four days after 32BJ SEIU filed Unfair Labor Practice charges under the National Labor Relations Act accusing Chipotle of retaliation against her for her union activity, and of creating an impression of surveillance of …

CHIPOTLE WORKER RETURNS TO WORK 4 DAYS AFTER ACCUSING CHIPOTLE OF RETALIATION FOR HER UNION ACTIVITY Read More »

NEW YORK CITY CHIPOTLE WORKER ANNOUNCES UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE CHARGES ACCUSING CHIPOTLE OF RETALIATION FOR HER UNION ACTIVITY, OTHERS DETAIL MANAGEMENT RESPONSES AFTER UNION ACTIVITY

NEW YORK, NY – Fired Chipotle worker Brenda Garcia today announced 32BJ’s filing of Unfair Labor Practice charges under the National Labor Relations Act accusing her former employer Chipotle of retaliation against her for her union activity, and of creating an impression of surveillance of union activity. Ms. Garcia was fired after calling out sick, …

NEW YORK CITY CHIPOTLE WORKER ANNOUNCES UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE CHARGES ACCUSING CHIPOTLE OF RETALIATION FOR HER UNION ACTIVITY, OTHERS DETAIL MANAGEMENT RESPONSES AFTER UNION ACTIVITY Read More »

McDonald’s on I-95 Fail to Disinfect after Workers Test Positive for Coronavirus

Actions Risk Health, Safety of Essential Service Plaza Workers & Public Caravan protest will drive through parking lots at Milford and Darien at 11 AM Today MILFORD, Conn. — Two McDonald’s stores at the rest stops on I-95 have continued operating without disinfecting properly after workers have tested positive for the coronavirus, threatening the health …

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Speakers ask McDonald’s and other national chains for support through coronavirus crisis

Zoom Teleconference, 11 AM Thursday, April 2:   Sen. Blumenthal, Rep. Himes, 32BJ President Bragg and Entire CT Senate Democratic Delegation join Essential Workers at Rest Stops to Demand Protection in Pandemic   Speakers ask McDonald’s and other national chains for support through coronavirus crisis   WHO:            Service plaza food workers, elected officials, union …

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Fast Food Workers Walk Out to Demand Chipotle Stop Making Them Work Sick Amid Concerns of Growing COVID-19 Outbreak

In a series of actions this week, Chipotle workers are telling their employer they want to be able to follow federal guidelines to prevent spread of Coronavirus without facing retaliation NEW YORK—As public concerns increase over COVID-19 outbreak nationally and in New York, Chipotle workers and their supporters walked out on Friday from a midtown …

Fast Food Workers Walk Out to Demand Chipotle Stop Making Them Work Sick Amid Concerns of Growing COVID-19 Outbreak Read More »

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