The Fight For $15 matters to T-Mobile workers. Here’s why.
Our amazing Call Center Chief Steward, Rebecca Disbrow, recently had an opportunity to attend the first ever national Fight for $15 convention in Richmond together with fellow CWA members from the airline company American Eagle/Envoy, along with several thousands of low-wage workers.
On Saturday, Rebecca was part of a section in which workers from various industries were talking about why they are fighting for $15 and a union: nursing assistants, teachers, cafeteria workers, manufacturing workers, home care assistants – and T-Mobile workers. Watch her speech here!
Fast food workers led the way and started this movement – but the Fight for $15 And A Union is even bigger now.
There are way too many T-Mobile workers who make under $15 an hour – at a company that is continuously reporting record profits and where the CEO makes $25 million dollar a year – more than 500 times what an average T-Mobile worker makes. That’s why we not only support the Fight for $15 movement – we are part of the movement.
$15 and a union – let’s do this!