Pizza Hut Union US Solidarity!

As many of you know there is an action in Sheffield UK today (protest and phone blast) for Pizza Hut Workers Union from the Steel City Wobs.  If you don’t know about it, learn more here.

What you may not know is that more pizza is sold on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb 5th 2012) than almost any other day in the US.  This Superbowl Sunday I plan to call my local Pizza Hut and ask to speak with a manager. I will let them know that I will NOT be ordering pizza from Pizza Hut because I stand in solidarity with workers in Sheffield and all over the world who deserve and demand to be treated with worth and dignity in their workplace! And as long as the management of the Sheffield branches ignore the concerns and value of their employees I will not be ordering Pizza Hut pizza at all and I will encourage my friends to do the same!

I know this is short notice but there is ALWAYS time for solidarity!

Join me in telling Pizza Hut that workers all over the world deserve to be treated with dignity and respect in the workplace. Spread this solidarity action far and wide! Tell your friends!

Call your local Pizza Hut and ask to speak with a manager OR click this link to submit online feedback.

Tell them:
-I will not be ordering pizza from Pizza Hut this Superbowl Sunday or any day until Pizza Hut recognizes and addresses the concerns and negotiations of fellow workers in Sheffield UK.

-I will encourage my friends and fellow workers to do the same!

-Pizza Hut Workers in Sheffield and all over the world deserve overtime pay for working bank/federal holidays.

-Pizza Hut Workers in Sheffield and all over the world deserve to fully reimbursed for mileage/fuel when using a personal vehicle for work purposes.

-Pizza Hut Workers in Sheffield and all over the world deserve a living wage and regular cost-of-living wage increases commiserate with inflation.

-Pizza Hut workers in Sheffield and all over the world are entitled to collective bargaining to improve their working conditions!

 

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