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Monday, March 17, 2014

McDonald's workers to protest in Charlotte Tuesday

Posted By on Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 11:49 AM

McDonald's workers and community leaders in Charlotte will protest the fast-food company Tuesday. The announcement comes days after workers in Michigan, New York and California slapped the company with a class-action lawsuit, claiming it doesn't pay adequate overtime and shaves hours off employee time cards, among other allegations. The suit is demanding McDonald's compensate wages.

WHO: McDonald's workers and community, labor and faith leaders

WHERE: 8900 JM Keynes, Charlotte

WHEN: Tuesday, March 18, at noon

To learn more about the lawsuit, read this New York Times op-ed.

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