06/18/15 The Washington Post
In addition to long, strenuous hours, they said, they endured constant taunts from one assistant manager, who also had allegedly sexually harassed an employee. They refused to work until they could air their grievances with his superiors.
“We showed up but we decided not to work,” said Eder Capetillo, a 29-year-old worker who participated in the one-day halt in March. “We were asking for respect.”