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Call center workers who help Americans enroll in affordable health plans do not have access to quality, affordable healthcare of their own.

Many Maximus call center workers got word from the company that their area wage determination rates have increased. Just remember, this wage increase didn't happen by accident, we won because we fought.
A new report by the National Employment Project adds fuel to call center worker demands for immediate wage increases.
After years of worker led organizing, the labor movement got the Biden administration to sign an executive order mandating a $15 minimum wage for federal contract workers.
With a Biden executive order for a $15 minimum wage won, workers across the country are making plans to demand corporations increase wages immediately.
President Biden plans to sign an Executive Order to begin the process of raising the Federal Contractor minimum wage to $15 an hour and instituting emergency paid leave.
On May 1st, we took action at Maximus call centers across the country to demand the company meet with us and make changes which would help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

We call on Maximus management to take all possible measures to keep workers, our families, and our communities safe from COVID-19. 

Click here to send a message to Maximus CEO Bruce Caswell asking him to meet (via video) with our organizing committee to address the safety precautions the company must take to protect its workers, their families, and our communities from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Do you work at a non-union call center and are concerned for your safety during the Covid-19 pandemic. Check out these resources.
The Communications Workers of America filed a new complaint against Maximus in February with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Our fight for better wages, affordable healthcare, and a fair attendance policy at Maximus has been making waves in the news! Our stories were featured in recent articles in Mother Jones and New York Magazine.