UNITED AIRLINES DOESN'T CARE ABOUT

CATERING OPS

CATERING OPS

In January, over 2,000 United Airlines catering workers filed for a union election. In the months since, United has run an aggressive and insulting anti-union campaign against us.
HOUSTON

HOUSTON

United has received hundreds of millions of dollars in public subsidies from the city of Houston. Catering workers at IAH are stuck in poverty. After 30 years, I earn just over $11 per hour.
OUR FAMILIES

OUR FAMILIES

Managers threatened that if catering workers were to vote “yes” for the union, we could lose the flight benefits that allow us to see family who live thousands of miles away.
IMMIGRANT WORKERS

IMMIGRANT WORKERS

United Airlines catering workers are over 95% immigrants and people of color. United treats us like second-class workers compared to the rest of its employees.
OUR RIGHT TO VOTE

OUR RIGHT TO VOTE

United Airlines is trying to deny catering workers their right to vote in a union election. We want a union and to be treated equal to other United employees.

United Catering workers are the airline’s only frontline workers who are not unionized. They want to be treated the same as the other over 75,000 United workers who have a union, including pilots, flight attendants and baggage handlers.

United Doesn't Care.

#UNITEDDOESNTCARE