FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE News from MI One Fair Wage July 13, 2018 STATEMENT FROM THE MICHIGAN ONE FAIR WAGE CAMPAIGN TO CHALLENGES TO THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF SIGNATURES COLLECTED IN SUPPORT OF RAISING MICHIGAN’S MINIMUM WAGE: “We know that multi-billion dollar corporate special interests are not fans of direct democracy or raising wages for […]
Democratic Platform Draft Calls for $15 Minimum for All, Elimination of Tipped Wage The Democratic Platform Drafting Committee issued a draft of the policy positions Sec. Clinton will be running on this November. As cited in a statement by Clinton campaign senior policy advisor Maya Harris, it “contains ambitious, progressive principles on wages, stating that […]
Washington D.C. — Today, at a press conference outside the Wilson Building, Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United joined with Washington D.C.’s tipped workers to re-file a ballot initiative that will eliminate the unfair, lower tipped minimum wage in D.C, and establish One Fair Wage for all workers.
Today, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) released “Tipped Over: Employer Liability in a Two-Tiered Wage State,” a report that examines how rules necessary to regulate the subminimum wage system, including the so-called ‘80-20 Rule,’ create tremendous liabilities for both employers and employees in New York State.
“Today, the Washington D.C. City Council voted against one fair wage for the District’s tipped workers when it raised the non-tipped minimum to $15. While this is a positive step for many workers in the area, this deal was made on the backs of over 29,000 hard working women and men, and many people of […]
Today’s first DC Council hearing on Mayor Muriel Bowser’s proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15/ hour was packed with supporters and critics. DC for $15 advocates were out in force, urging the mayor and council to go further in their proposal and not leave out tipped workers. While both the Mayor’s proposal and […]