Three unions are looking to improve wages and benefits for workers who perform a variety of low-paying tasks at airports, Forbes reported

Members of the Communications Workers of America, Service Employees International Union and Unite Here, addressing a House of Representative subcommittee this week, said that subcontractors take advantage of workers

“in the dark corner of the airline industry,” namely those who provide wheelchair service, cleaning, catering and baggage handling.

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