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Long Island Public Hearing for One FAIR wage

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Did you know that NY is still a SUB-MINIMUM wage state for workers who collect tips? That is, the SUB-MINIMUM wage for workers with tips is only $ 2.43 at a federal level, a salary not worthy for any worker. Workers are exposed to sexual harassment, workplace abuse and discrimination.

What do we want to do?
End the SUB minimum wage and that workers are paid a decent and raise the base pay to the FULL minimum wage and keep their tips.

SEVEN (7) STATES HAVE ALREADY PASSED LEGISLATION TO PAY ALL WORKERS A SALARY + TIPS (TIPS) AND NY IS FALLING BEHIND.

In these states have found that incidents of sexual harassment have been reduced by 50% have even reported an increase in profits, state employment increased 1.3%, wages increased 2.2% and unemployment was reduced 0.2%.

WORK WITH TIPS AND YOU GET PAID LESS THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE? ($ 11 *)
WE NEED YOUR VOICE!

The bill has gotton the attention of Governor Cuomo who has scheduled a variety or Public Hearings throughout New York. Long Island will be holding the first of seven Public Hearings and it is crucial that we have everyones voice be heard.

Originally the first public hearing was scheduled for Syracruse but with the change in scheduling it is now critical to make your voice heard!

COME TO GIVE YOUR TESTIMONY!
Call us for + INFO: 6319802555

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2018
830AM PRESS CONFERENCE
9AM Doors open
930AM /10AM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE BEGINS. IF YOU WANT TO GIVE YOUR TESTIMONY REGISTER NOW IN THE LINK OF (TICKETS) OR CALL US NOW TO REGISTER

NOONE DESERVES A SUB-MINIMUM PAY!

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One Fair Wage demands the end of the sub minimum wage for New York’s tipped workers – like those in restaurants, car washes and in nail salons. A subminimum wage increases gender pay inequity. It also forces tipped workers to rely on customer tips and goodwill to survive, which exposes countless women to sexual harassment, especially restaurant servers, of which 61% are women and who experience poverty at more than double the statewide rate, make on average only 79% of what their male counterparts do, and experience the worst rates of sexual harassment of any industry because they must tolerate inappropriate customer behavior to feed their families in tips.

Long Island Hearing on April 20th is crucial for NEW YORK workers!