This is Laura’s life: age 24; a Northerner; bar team leader for a large pub chain (and formerly a McDonald’s manager); zero hours contract; on a minimum wage; no savings in the bank; trainers donated to her by a friend; a boss who spied on the workers’ own secret Facebook group as they were organising a union.
“The main reason I joined the union is because I believe in collective action, all of us are better than one of us,” Laura explains.
Part Two in the WellRedFilms work series.
In case you missed it: Part One (My life as a call centre worker) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b62RS...
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