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Workers at McDonald's franchises demonstrate against franchisor McDonald's Corp.
Fight for $15 – Workers protesting the NLRB settling with McDonald’s on labor violations

McDonald's Corporation [NYSE:MCD] yesterday raced to submit its settlement agreement to the National Labor Relations Board prior to the deadline set by the NLRB. McDonald's is fighting against claims of unfair labor practices as a "joint employer" from its franchisees' workers. But when the corporation asked the judge to approve it, she said the settlement would not be approved until she heard arguments on both sides at a hearing.

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