Sanders has troubles with trade union


Bernie Sanders is the only person who has difficulties with a trade union.

The senator-socialist of Vermont gained his popularity after he has agreed with the payed workers of the 2020 election campaign would be presented by a trade union, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400, paying %15 per hour. However now, the labours complain about a lower salary.

Moreover, someone has withheld information to Washington Post, and Sanders’s answer must be a breach of US labour law.

The labours are dissatisfied that filed organisers, the workers of the lowest level, often work for 60 hours a week and get a salary as if for 40. This means that it reduces their income to less the $13 per hour.

“Many field staffers are barely managing to survive financially, which is severely impacting our team’s productivity and morale. Some field organizers have already left the campaign as a result.”

It shows that Sanders has a parade with Mcdonald’s co-workers requiring the higher salary and slam Walmart boss for giving “starvation wages”, meanwhile, people working for him feel themselves as “berned”.

The disagreement followed the March deal which united the campaign. The first Shakir’s offer in the middle of May to raise a wage was declined as it would force the workers to pay more for their health insurance.

By July, 11 many people sent Shakir messages to succeed. Last week a trade union required to get an increase in salary with a higher benefits.

He said in a huff: “It does bother me that people are going outside of the process and going to the media, That is really not acceptable. It is really not what labor negotiations are about, and it’s improper.”  

Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website

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