Thousands of customer service jobs in the United States have disappeared as corporations send more work overseas to boost their profits at the expense of working people. Overseas call centers also increase the risk of fraud and identity theft for consumers. But in Colorado, we have a chance to pass a bill that will take a first step to help make sure those good jobs stay in our communities.
April 16, 1928 ~ March 27, 2019
Born in: Garden City, KS
Resided in: Denver, CO
Funeral Service: April 1, 2019 11:00 am
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
2400 South Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222
Special thanks to Victor Jimenez, Dollar Thrifty Customer Service Rep Lead, for being the spokesperson for DTAG.
Last night, as a culmination of our collective efforts, we made history and changed the lives of 10,000 families! The City Council gave unanimous final approval to the $15 min wage for airport and other Denver-contracted workers. Wow.
The Colorado Professional Fire Fighters will be walking with our Brothers and Sisters in Colorado Springs on Saturday March 9th 2019 in support of Ballot Issue #1 for Collective Bargaining. CPFF will provide transportation from the CPFF Event Center (12 Lakeside Lane) at 8:00 AM, with one stop at the Cabela’s Parking Lot in Lone Tree at 8:30 AM.
Corporate CEOs and the wealthiest 1% have spent decades rigging the system to reduce our power. That has made it harder and harder to pass legislation that helps working people and makes a real difference in our lives.
The same corporate interests that fight us at the bargaining table are stacking the rules against us when it comes to political participation.
CWA has 150 members who work at rental car companies at the Denver International Airport. If we stand together, we can win a $15/hr minimum wage for those workers (the majority of whom are currently earning under $15/hr).
PLEASE come out on this upcoming Monday in support of the $15/hr@DIA and for Denver city/county employees.