UNION-BACKED CAR WASH WORKERS FIGHT FOR MORE PAY, SHADE

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The OC Register recently reported on labor unions working to organize carwash workers. You can read the entire piece here. Or read the summary below: “So far, nearly 200 workers at 23 Southern California carwashes have signed collective bargaining agreements with their bosses, and campaigns are underway at other outlets.”

On Labor Day, Mayor Eric Garcetti proposed a gradual increase in the minimum wage from $9 per hour to $13.25 by 2017. Carwasheros applaud the Mayor’s efforts to put money into the pockets of hard-working people. Many families rely on the income of low-wage earners and a raise will make…

This event could have a greater impact on other states if we have a consensus among workers, combined with the support of non-governmental organizations to create a better life for the workers. Car wash

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