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McDonald's Employees Set To Strike Tuesday Over Sexual Harassment With Goal Of Unionizing

Thousands of US workers have gone on strike this month, showing their increasing power can enforce corporate change among employers amid a tightening labor force. The latest news of a strike will upset fast-food customers who frequent McDonald's.

On Tuesday, McDonald's employees from at least ten major cities will walk off the job over the company's handling of sexual harassment at the workplace and call for better pay. Employees are eventually making strides to unionize.

"I'm going on strike because, despite years of protests, McDonald's still refuses to take responsibility for the countless women and teenagers who face harassment on the job at its stores across the globe," Jamelia Fairley, a McDonald's employee in Sanford, Florida, told The Hill.

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