“Irene has made over $20 million dollars a year, for the last nine years. That is roughly 300 times that of the average Mondelez employee.”
“For a CEO to make that much and refuse to leave our jobs in Chicago, to send them to Mexico, that’s a slap in our face. Irene Rosenfeld – you should be ashamed!”
In the second video in the BCTGM’s “Nabisco 600” series, Chicago Mondelez bakery workers highlight the exorbitant corporate greed of Nabisco/Mondelēz executives and the economic injustice of executive compensation.
The video is part of BCTGM’s Nabisco 600 tour, which has met with International labor groups, associations, retiree groups, and other social and activist organizations across the United States, reaching nearly ten million members. The tour continues to expand the BCTGM’s “Check the Label” campaign, which encourages American consumers to buy only U.S.-made Nabisco products in support of its AFL-CIO endorsed national boycott of Mexican-made Nabisco products.