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Janitorial workers sue New Orleans for failing to pay them a 'living wage' despite 2015 law

09 Feb 2017 8:05 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

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More than a year after they expected New Orleans’ “living wage” law would give them a raise, workers who clean city buildings are suing Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s administration for, in their view, failing to abide by the law. United Labor Unions Local 100, which represents the 40 to 50 workers on the city's janitorial contract, filed suit Monday in Civil District Court alleging that the city owes them back pay for extending a contract with their employer without making it comply with a mandate in the law signed by Landrieu requiring them to be paid more.

More at source: New Orleans Advocate

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