Thursday, October 02, 2014

a "model" employee

Maria Fernandes worked three jobs... and she still couldn't get ahead. She could barely stay where she was. Part-timers may, if they shuttle between those part-time jobs, work enough hours to be "full time", but they don't get the wages or the benefits.

This isn't right.

Money quote from the article:
She had an apartment, but was falling behind on the $550 rent despite those three jobs. Dunkin' Donuts said she was a "model" employee, but wouldn't say how much she was paid or how many hours she worked. Which makes senseā€”it probably is in Dunkin' Donuts' best interest for us not to know how they treat their model employees.



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