“There has not been mobility for me to receive better pay at another Jimmy John’s based on my experience. There have not been options for me to go to another store and receive a better wage. All of those have been limited within the company itself.”
Coffee, food, and retail workers across Seattle may have plans this weekend. That's because Sunday July 1st marks the one-year anniversary of the day the city's landmark secure scheduling law took effect — and thanks to the law, workers know when they're going to work, and how many hours they're going to get.
Nannies, house cleaners, and other domestic workers in Seattle are breaking down doors to win higher standards and a voice at work. City Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda will introduce a Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in committee Thursday which will take domestic workers from invisible to powerful.
Fair Work Center and Working Washington are coming together to build a powerful, sustainable and scalable worker organization to advance worker and economic justice in Washington and beyond; new Executive Director hired to lead both organizations in building lasting power for workers