• Require Vaccination for Right Networks while In Person
    At Right Networks, a large part of our company culture revolves around in-person gatherings (the company outing, the Christmas party, and so on). While we're in a mixed-vaccination state, some employees haven't felt that it's safe enough to attend in-person events or return to the office even temporarily. Putting these rules in place would allow for future gatherings to be less likely to result in an outbreak, helping us to feel safer attending.
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    Created by Brenna Connolly
  • Unionize IYR 2021
    The only way our working conditions and wages will improve is if we all band together to tell our employers that they are not entitled to our labor until they treat us all much more fairly. Our current wages are barely enough to scrape by when considering that after taxes, there's still a struggle to cover rent, bills, groceries, vehicle maintenance, pets and any unexpected injuries or accidents. Our current working conditions are hostile almost daily, typically in the form of coworkers having disagreements and getting into screaming / yelling matches (often in front of donors and / or customers) that go largely unresolved by management; these disagreements also commonly end in "behind each other's backs" comments that often lead to further disagreements that, again, end in one of these two ways. When asked to help resolve many of these issues, management has commonly responded with some remark about or similar to being "unable" to do anything about it.
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  • 7-Eleven not allowing Tips
    In a time where a labor shortage has gone beyond anything an owner could imagine finding a great employer has become a tremendously difficult task. Our customers coupled with our management like our employees to feel special, appreciated, and rewarded. In numerous occasions our clientele has requested to tip employees, thus a tip jar should be permitted. A small jar can go a large way and can allow employees to feel supported and get a bit extra during such a difficult time.
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    Created by Noufel Aleem
  • United states postal service
    Theres alot of postal employees some took time off for covid for no reason just to be off work and get pd for free those of us who had to keep working should be paid if you dont want to pay up give us our full retirement benefits and let us get the hell out of there
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    Created by Diane Rowell
  • Work from Home Rotation
    Since the pandemic is still ongoing, transportation and safety are currently an issue for all employees of Caledonian.
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    Created by Alejandra Melendez
  • Remove Jeff Storm
    This petition is important for several reasons; the first, it is unethical behavior that associates at Lowe’s of West Hills have suffered. There are many tenured, knowledgeable and hard working people working at this location. Employees should not be afraid or stressed going to work at Lowe’s because of this manager. Employees have the right to a workplace that is free from harassment and Constant mental distress from individuals who should lead by example and lead their team to succeed. Employees have the right to report claims against unfair and unethical treatment without retaliation and with the expectation of fair solutions.
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    Created by Roxy Ramirez
    Exposure to the mass population puts the lives of every craft in the organization. No hazard pay, no priority to be vaccinated. Our exposure could spread variants without the opportunity to be vaccinated. This is important to all contacted daily and could benefit the general public and the workers delivering, serving at retail offices and all support personnel.
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    Created by John McTavish
  • Lowes West Hills
    Management is harassing employees by intimidation and fear of being written up for reasons that are unfair and unethical. Abuse of authority and lack of support during COVID pandemic.
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    Created by Roxy Ramirez
  • Hazard Pay Now!
    As per the decision of publix
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    Created by JACOB philip
  • Hazard Pay for Cannabis workers
    Los Angeles has the highest cases of COVID-19. It is now reported that one in five people have Covid. We are literally risking our lives to produce a product for a company that has yet to acknowledge that sacrifice. We have worked all of 2020 without any adjustments to pay. Peoples lives are at stake.
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    Created by Pat Bean
  • Harassment,Retaliation, Unfair treatment of Employees
    This is very important because this treatment has been ongoing even before. So many workers have been fired( even I), quit because they can’t stand for themselves and for everyone.
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    Created by Janice Carothers
  • Hazard Pay for Essential Variety Care Employees
    No one saw COVID-19 coming. The staff realizes that we need to see patients because the patients need us and our community needs us. We need Variety Care Administration to provide hazard pay to any and all staff that has duties considered to be essential. Housekeeping, Maintenance, Receptionist, Medical Assistants, Lab techs, Providers-- anyone that who must be in the front lines of COVID and directly impacts the care of patients should be given hazard pay
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    Created by Variety Care