O'Hare Janitors Carol At Mayor Emanuel's House To Save Their Jobs

O'Hare Airport janitors caroling
O'Hare Airport janitors caroling

Rather than waiving picket signs and calling the mayor the spawn of the devil, dozens of Chicago workers are attempting a new kind of protest: serenading Rahm Emanuel into submission.

Three hundred and fifty janitorial workers at O'Hare International Airport are slated to lose their jobs on Friday, after Emanuel awarded the lucrative contract to a non-union company that offered its services for a significantly lower price. The current workers were forced to re-apply for their positions along with the rest of the public, for a lower wage and no guarantee of full-time work.