US McDonald's staff walk out over sexual harassment

McDonald’s workers stage strike over sexual harassment

McDonald’s workers stage strike over sexual harassment

"We have strong policies, procedures and training in place specifically created to prevent sexual harassment", McDonald's said. The company also disclosed last week that it will turn to outside experts to help "evolve" those policies, including consultants from Seyfarth Shaw at Work, an employment law training firm. "When they have tainted lettuce in 17 states, they don't say, 'Oh, this is only a problem for the franchisee.' They go to work trying to solve the problem across the system".

"The walkout is believed to be the first USA strike to confront sexual harassment in more than 100 years", according to advocacy group Fight for $15, which is coordinating the event.

McDonald's did not specifically address its use of Seyfarth Shaw, but said in its own emailed statement that the company has "strong policies, procedures and training in place specifically created to prevent sexual harassment".

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Workers at McDonald's around the country are planning to strike on Tuesday, September 18th to send a message that sexual harassment must end within the company. Another woman from Gretna, Louisiana, said a co-worker would grab her hand and place it on his crotch, and would also grope her breasts and butt.

That committee would ideally comprise workers, representatives from corporate and franchise stores, leaders of national women's groups, and "would chart a path forward to make sure nobody who works for McDonald's faces sexual harassment on the job", according to Equal Rights Advocates.

One St. Louis woman told 5 On Your Side that a guy she worked with constantly pushed and treated her inappropriately, but management did nothing. "After that he would ignore me on the job and yell at me in front of my co-workers". That legal effort was organized by Fight for $15 and the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund.

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"For context, a "walk off" is when an employee clocks in for a shift and then during that shift chooses to walk out/off", she said in an email. Now, fast food employees are challenging the toxic climate in their workplace.

Annelise Orleck, professor of history at Dartmouth College and author of We Are All Fast-Food Workers, a history of the new labour movement growing among low-wage workers, said abuse of this kind in the fast-food industry was "endemic".

40% of fast-food workers have reported experiencing sexual harassment. "We are uniquely equipped to both continuously improve our workplace and forge ahead in fulfilling our mission to empower workers to improve their own lives and workplaces. We will continue - as we always have - to look at ways to do even more to ensure that McDonald's values are reflected in every restaurant, every day".

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Fight for $15 officials, however, said McDonald's is not doing enough.

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