With O’Hare workers joining the fight, campaign to raise standards for contracted out airport workers around the country now will reach airports handling 393 million passengers annually
CHICAGO--(ENEWSPF)--October 1, 2015. Hundreds of workers at O’Hare Airport, joined by community and faith leaders, rallied yesterday to add their voices to the fight for 15 movement and bring attention to the poverty wages and other substandard conditions that underpaid passenger service workers, security officers and janitors are subjected to at O’Hare Airport.
While O’Hare Airport and the airline industry are making record . . .