Bipartisan legislation would let fast-food companies off the hook for harming workers
Work stinks for too many Americans laboring in the fast-food industry: wage theft is rampant, women confront sexual harassment in the industry, and when workers protest poor work conditions, they often report being fired or otherwise retaliated against.
Unfortunately, fast-food workers will have an even tougher time holding corporate giants that control workplace standards in the industry accountable if a bipartisan group of senators have their way.
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Senior Director, Employment Policy