Worker members of the Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center are fighting a temp agency that charges for mandatory transportation fee for cleaners of the Cincinnati Reds’ ballpark. The result? Workers who clean the stadium bathrooms and use power washers to clean the grandstands make less than the state’s minimum wage. Read the full article at The Cincinnati Enquirer.
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