ARE YOU SICK OF LOW WAGES?
Would you prefer a decent pay rise, guaranteed hours, overtime pay and an end to humiliating "performance reviews"?
ARE YOU SICK OF SEEING PEOPLE INJURED?
Even McDonald's admit that burns, slips and falls etc are BIG problems.
ARE YOU SICK OF BEING BOSSED AROUND?
Do you want RIGHTS, and freedom from being constantly watched and treated like being in the Army? Do you want an end to harassment and unfair dismissals?
ARE YOU SICK OF POOR WORKING CONDITIONS?
Do you want relief from continual pressures to work hard, to 'hustle', to cut corners with safety procedures? Do you want decent breaks, and to smile when YOU feel like it?
ARE YOU SICK OF McDONALD'S?
Are you fed up with all the crawling to bigwigs from Head Office, the company's inane propaganda, and their processed food?
DAY OF SOLIDARITY WITH McDONALD'S WORKERS
OCTOBER 12th 1997
This day marks the fifth anniversary of the death of Mark Hopkins, a worker electrocuted at a McDonald's store in Manchester. (On 8th March 1996, a crew member from Wollongong in Australia, also died from electrocution in controversial circumstances). We are again calling a countrywide (and international) Day of Solidarity With McDonald's Workers on that day, following the success of this event over the last two years. WE CALL FOR LEAFLETING AT LOCAL STORES - leaflets available from us at address overleaf. There will also be pickets in Manchester (86 Market Street, Noon to 2pm) and London (McDonald's at Leicester Sq, Noon to 2pm).
Support Network for McDonald's Workers
5 Caledonian Road
London N1 9DX.