And to prove it, they've stopped working altogether. They've acted in walkouts and rallies recently to protest DC's demand to cut $620 million in costs by having its employees work more for the same wage. One solution being discussed heavily is pay cuts at the management level, instead of reducing costs by excising extra pay for evening and night shifts, as well as doing away with the paid five minutes of break time workers accrue each hour. 14,500 employees took part in the stoppage Saturday, during which time zero Benzos were built.
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