BWI Super Shuttle van drivers ‘fired’ for speaking out about working conditions

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Activists came out Saturday to support the BWI super shuttle van drivers, who some claim they have been fired for speaking out about poor wages and working conditions.

The drivers are “low wage workers – making minumum wages after working 18 and even 24 hours a day,” according to a statement put out from Workers Assembly.

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Veolia, international corporation, (which operates at other airports on the East coast), is not treating the employees “fairly,” Workers Assembly said.

To learn more about why the activists and the workers staged a “Caravan for Justice,” at the site of the rally, and through BWI, go to their Facebook page.

Speaking on camera: Sean Collins, Sharon Black, Amy Millard and Delegate Jeff Waldstreicher.