Northwestern Memorial workers rally for $15 an hour

April 5, 2017

Northwestern Memorial Hospital workers are demonstrating to get a minimum wage of $15 an hour, according to an article on the Crain's Chicago Business website.

A group of employees represented by the Service Employees International Union Healthcare Illinois recently rallied alongside Chicago aldermen and community leaders. 

Currently, union employees start at $11.50 an hour, according to SEIU Healthcare. 

The employees include custodians, patient transport technicians, patient care technicians, dietary/food service and environmental service workers.

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