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McDonald's PR department marked International Women's Day by flipping the McDonald's logo, to make a "W".
But the reality is that many of their staff are on poorly paid and insecure work contracts, working conditions which affect women the worst.
Zero hours contracts at McDonald's have left women workers without enough money to support their families - and have even led to homelessness.
Now, these women are speaking out.
Working with the Bakers Union, they are organising to protest the difficult and unfair working conditions.
Lauren, in Manchester, says:
"The union has already made differences, and it's just the beginning. It makes me very hopeful for the future that we can change things because I don't think you can do that if you do nothing."
Sign up here to stand alongside these women, and join the movement campaigning for better working conditions in McDonald's.
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WOMEN WORKING IN MCDONALD'S NEED MORE THAN EMPTY GESTURES