Workers protest for higher minimum wage

Global Business

The so-called fight for 15 continues in the U.S. They’re the protests happening across the country– where fast food workers are demanding a pay raise. Some of the biggest cities and U.S. corporations like Walmart have already agreed to pay higher wages. Now protesters are raising the pressure another Fast Food giant to do the same. CCTV’s Roza Kazan filed this report from Oak Brook, Illinois.

Workers protest for higher minimum wage

Workers protest for higher minimum wage

The so-called fight for 15 continues in the U.S. They're the protests happening across the country-- where fast food workers are demanding a pay raise. Some of the biggest cities and U.S. corporations like Walmart have already agreed to pay higher wages. Now protesters are raising the pressure another Fast Food giant to do the same. CCTV's Roza Kazan filed this report from Oak Brook, Illinois.

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  • Thousands turned out the day before a McDonald’s shareholders’ meeting Thursday – to demand $15-an-hour wages for the burger giant’s front-line workers. It’s part of a larger “Fight for $15” campaign – for low-wage fast food and retail workers across the nation.