Philadelphia didn't become the poorest big city in the U.S. by accident. The city's 100,000 retail and service workers-- mostly part-timers-- have been struggling with low pay and constantly-changing schedules for far too long.
It's time that Philadelphia City Council join other big cities and states across the country and pass, enact, and enforce smart, fair legislation ensuring that workers get fair schedules and that employers hold up their end of the bargain.
On February 13, we'll meet at 12th & Chesnut Streets to hear from workers, and then we'll collectively march over to City Hall to launch our Fair Workweek campaign in Philadelphia. Join us.