We’ve held actions on the steps of City Hall, spoken directly to Supervisors about what a difference a raise would make in our lives, and united with community allies in our fight to raise wages. Now our fight for fair wages for workers who provide services to seniors, children, people with disabilities, and the
homeless enters its next phase.
The Budget and Finance Committee will hold its first hearing of the MCO. If it passes the Minimum Compensation Ordinance (MCO), hourly wages would go up to $16.86 on July 1st this year and guarantee that it would always be at least $1.86 more than the SF minimum wage. The Board of Supervisors on the Board must see that not only is the MCO a widely supported measure but that it has a real impact in peoples lives. show up in your Union colors. Let our City’s leaders know that we’re counting on them to do the right thing by passing the MCO.
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