A new analysis underscores why fast-food workers are going on strike. Restaurant CEOs Make More Money in Half a Day Than Their Employees Make in a Year A new analysis underscores why fast-food workers are going on strike.
Labor unions in Europe and Brazil are asking their governments to help put a stop to McDonald’s alleged hamburgling of worker wages and government tax revenues.
Food Chains Costing Taxpayers the Most Money
The fast-food industry is one of the nation’s largest employers of low and minimum wage workers. According to one group, often the industry workers’ pay is not enough and many turn to government programs .