Food Workers at DFW Airport Seek Higher Pay to Make Ends Meet for Families Abroad

A week after a near-unanimous vote to strike, food workers at DFW International Airport say they’re struggling to get by and provide for their families, many of whom live abroad.“I’m living in two different worlds, in two different countries to support my family,” said Samuel Tandankwa, an LSG Sky Chefs employee who’s from Cameroon⁠. “We barely make a living.”Tandankwa, 49, is one of thousands of workers demanding higher wages and affordable health insurance from LSG Sky Chefs, a subsidiary of German airline Lufthansa.  Continue reading...

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