Minneapolis Can Ease Disparities by Lifting Workplace Standards

From MINNPOST 9/4/15:Over the last 50 years, the average American workplace has changed a lot, but workplace policies haven’t kept up. Service sector jobs are up, and union membership is down. The very rich are doing better than ever, while working families find it harder and harder to pay the bills. In Minnesota, this leads to some of the worst racial economic divides in the nation. But in Minneapolis, working people, led by people are color, are fighting back. That is why we are coming together as part of the #MPLSWorks campaign to call for fair scheduling, earned sick time, an end to wage theft, and a $15 minimum wage.  Read entire MINNPOST article here.