“Management sees that we are immigrants who are willing to work hard. These companies try to take advantage of us. They know we came here to work hard because we believe in the American dream. Instead of rewarding its workers, they try to exploit us more every day. But I… Read more >
“I work at a clothing distribution center. I work at that warehouse for 20 years and I’m still paid less than $15 an hour. Many of us are paid less than $10 an hour. Who can live with that?” Miguel Rosario, Distribution worker.
(My Central New Jersey) Warehouse workers at a clothing distribution facility that services such large retailers as Amazon, Walmart, Macy’s and JCPenney held a two-hour strike Wednesday morning.
Companies like Freeze are taking advantage of warehouse workers’ hard work. Freeze is a private clothing company headquartered in New York City that distributes logoed sportswear and t-shirts for large national retailers, including Amazon, JC Penney, Burlington Coat Factory, Macy’s and Walmart.
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