Sending Office: Honorable Katherine M. Clark
This letter is supported by: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Fight for $15, National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
Deadline Extended: Friday, July 19, COB
Current cosigners: Brown, Brownley, Carson, Cicilline, Cisneros, DeLauro, Dingell, Espaillat, Garcia, Grijalva, Haaland, Hastings, Hill (CA), Jayapal, Khanna, Kuster, Lee (CA), Levin (MI), Lynch, McGovern, Meeks, Meng, Moore,
Napolitano, Neal, Norton, Omar, Pocan, Pressley, Rose, Sánchez, Schakowsky, Serrano, Tlaib, Trahan, Vargas, Velázquez, Watson Coleman
Please join me in sending a letter to the CEO of McDonald’s Corporation requesting more information on their efforts to reduce instances of sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.
There have been a number of complaints filed by McDonald’s workers across the country alleging a range of serious misconduct, from explicit sexual remarks from other workers, in many cases including management, to attempted sexual assault. Many of these
workers notified management, but they were either ignored or retaliated against in emotionally and economically detrimental ways.
In the letter copied below, we are seeking information on the details of the company’s new anti-discrimination and harassment program, including information on how workers were consulted throughout the development process. We would also like to know whether
the program will apply to all locations, including franchises, as well as more detail on the timeline for its implementation.
In the era of #MeToo, we must stand with workers and push employers to make positive, sustained changes that will ensure that workers can be free from discrimination and harassment in the workplace. With any questions or to sign the letter, please email
Danielle Fulfs (email@example.com) or call 5-2836.