After hearing about the need for an increased minimum wage, the group marched to Sedona Staffing, a temporary staffing agency. The group of demonstrators flooded the office at …. and read a letter to agency employees. The letter said the company “functions as a day-laborer operation that rarely provides good, stable jobs to your employees,” and said the demonstrators were “calling on you to pay your employees a livable wage, and provide jobs with predictable scheduling so that your employees are able to provide for their families.”
Members of Warehouse Workers for Justice (a NSWA steering committee member) and their allies picketed outside of Elite Staffing in Joliet, IL on Wednesday, April 15, as part of the the national Fight for $15 campaign.