Take Action: Share Impact of “Minneapolis Works” on Senior Care with City Council

A coalition of labor organizations launched "Minneapolis Works" last month to call on the Minneapolis City Council to adopt a package of city ordinances that would adopt a $15 minimum wage for jobs, require paid sick leave, prevent employers from making last-minute schedule changes or requiring employees to work back-to-back closing and opening shifts, and preventing wage theft. The issue has been rapidly progressing, and the City Council seems set to pass something before the end of 2015.

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