It took 6 years for PHL airport workers to double their pay to $12. Here’s how they did it
In 2012, Onetha McKnight and her coworkers would vent about what felt unfair about their jobs.
Their biggest worry, said McKnight, who had worked as a wheelchair attendant at Philadelphia International Airport for more than seven years, was job security. They could get fired for a seemingly small infraction — you took too long getting from one place to another, or you didn’t answer the radio when called — and there was no way to fight it.
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