Wendy's: Old-Fashioned Exploitation

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Yesterday REC teamed up with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), and went inside of Wendy's shareholder meeting!

Labor Notes writes:
After a rally outside, three worker representatives attended the meeting, using shareholder proxies from the Responsible Endowments Coalition.

CIW’s Gerardo Reyes-Chavez said they listened to presentations on profits and on how the company is redesigning its image, and then asked CEO Emil Brolick to sign on to Fair Food, which would raise the price Wendy’s pays for tomatoes by a penny a pound.

Want to find out more?  Check out the CIW's own report back.

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