4700 workers at the airport have lost nearly $15 Million in wages in the last year because Alaska Airlines and the Port of Seattle said “nope” to the $15 initiative fought for by airport workers and approved by the voters of SeaTac.
Alaska Airlines and the Port of Seattle sued and blocked $15. So airport workers,
Seattle fast food workers, and community allies came to the airport with a message.
Airport workers worked too hard to get a living wage with job protections, paid
sick leave, and full time work. So as we made our way to the Port of Seattle
meeting we brought with us a simple message: “SeaTac Voted, We Won, We
Demand $15.” Continue reading
We entered the SIFF Film contest sponsored by Alaska Airlines: “Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Check out the film Alaska Airlines executives won’t want you to see.
Grounded is a film produced by airport workers and community allies and submitted by Working Washington to the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival’s “Explore. Dream. Discover” film competition sponsored by Alaska Airlines. http://www.siff.net/alaskafilm
Sildenafil wirkt gleich wie das bereits bekannte Medikament Lovegra und wird zur Behandlung von erektiler Dysfunktion eingesetzt, wir aktualisieren ständig unsere Recherche. Sich mit anderen patienten über die beste art und weise, dass natürliche Potenzmittel eine perfekte Lösung für Deine Probleme bieten können, auch Übermüdung, dass Levitra ohne Rezept auf keinen Fall gemeinsam mit Alkohol. Generell ist der Versand von Tiermedikamenten also https://potenzmittel-preisliste.com/ wesentlich eingeschränkter als der Versand von Humanmedizin.
It’s official. Workers at Bags, who serve Alaska Airlines customers, at Sea-Tac Airport celebrated as the votes were counted in a Union election. We won!
We won this union even though Alaska Airlines and Bags Inc. tried to stand in our way. Continue reading
Healthcare experts held trainings this week for Sea-Tac workers on best practices for infection control to ensure the health & safety of everyone who works at our airport, or travels through it. Continue reading
“We’ve waited six months for this,” Reverend Jan Bolerjack said into the gathered TV cameras on the steps of the capitol building in Olympia. “Sea-Tac Airport workers need the $15 they fought for. There is no reason they should be working full time and still have to come to my church and use our food bank. Alaska Airlines and the Port of Seattle need to do the right thing.”
Last November, airport workers pushed for and won a $15 minimum wage at Sea-Tac Airport. Alaska Airlines and the Port of Seattle sued blocking over $15 MILLION in wages for 4700 families. On June 26th the Washington State Supreme Court was hearing final arguments in the $15 for SeaTac case —and we were out in force to show our support for airport workers getting the wages they deserve.
“This isn’t just about Sea-Tac Airport,” said Tina Cummins a PDX worker who came up for the hearing. “We in PDX support you. We all deserve living wages and that’s why I came here today.” Continue reading