<h6>McDonald's employees and other fast food chain workers protest against sexual harassment in the workplace on September 18, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. - McDonald's workers in 10 US cities staged a one-day strike Tuesday inspired by the #MeToo movement, alleging the fast-food giant does not adequately address pervasive sexual harassment at its stores. (Photo by Joshua Lott / AFP)JOSHUA LOTT/AFP/Getty Images</h6>
McDonald's employees across the U.A. are standing in solidarity together by holding their first me-too strike.
Dozens of workers in Chicago marched to draw attention to on-the-job sexual harassment.
The employees were from one of many McDonald's restaurants in 10 cities to participate in the one day strike.
So far at least 10-people have filed charges against the burger chain.
The company says it is working with outside experts to find a way to 'evolve' their policies and procedures.