California Eaze Cannabis Workers ‘Ready To Strike’ On 4/20 Over Wages, Mileage And Benefits

“We’re ready to do whatever is necessary. We’re ready to strike.”

Disgruntled California workers at Eaze Technologies and its cannabis delivery subsidiary, Stachs, reiterated plans to go on strike – just before the unofficial marijuana holiday of April 20 – for many of the reasons industry workers are unionizing nationwide.

“We just want to be treated like the valuable employees that we are,” Eaze driver Lori Riehle said during a Wednesday news conference at the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 770 headquarters.

Riehle delivered an impassioned speech in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles that highlighted the daily struggles many of her clients face and how much they rely on the cannabis delivery service to improve their health and wellness.

“We deserve better,” she said.

“We’re ready to do whatever is necessary. We’re ready to strike.”

Riehle, an Eaze employee for more than three years, is among 500 of the company’s delivery and depot workers in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and Northern California who are ready to walk off the job after negotiations broke down in late March to secure the first labor contract between staffers and the San Francisco-based delivery company.

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