• Hazard Pay
    Due to the corona virus outbreak employees are risking their lives to come to work to serve the public at the risk of there own families and there own safety being at risk of infection
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    Created by Mark Price Picture
  • Get Kroger Workers Hazard Pay
    We are risking our lives each and every day when we have to go into work and stock shelves, ring customers up, and almost any other job in the store. We come into contact with hundreds of people each day and this is putting us at a huge risk to get COVID-19. With many states on a ‘lockdown’ or ‘lock-in’ and us being an essential business this proves that we deserve this extra pay for putting ourselves at risk. Many other companies have already done this to show their employees they care, Kroger should too.
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    Created by Elizabeth Babij Picture
  • Three Brothers, employees deserve BENEFITS and HAZARD PAY for being REQUIRED to work COVID-19 CRISIS
    These people are being forced to come into work and interact with customers during the COVID-19 crisis. They are having their hours cut, customers are being ALLOWED TO SIT AND LINGER IN THE LOBBY AREA, and they are not getting anything except their $9/hour and tips. These people deserve HAZARD PAY especially if they are being considered ESSENTIAL.
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    Created by Storm Rae
  • Fast food is not essential!!
    To help stop the spread of the Coronavirus!! To protect Americans!!
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    Created by Jane H Picture
  • Hazard pay for dock workers/ truck drivers at trucking companies
    It's important for the same reasons cities are being quarantined and companies are being shut down. To stop the spread of the virus.
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    Created by Rico Rodriguez
  • Spectrum Employees need hazard pay now!
    According to the UN, hazard pay is “a form of compensation granted to staff members who have been requested to remain and report for work in duty stations where very hazardous conditions, such as war or active hostilities, prevailed and where the evacuation of families and nonessential staff had taken place.” We are in the middle of a global crisis. Charter/Spectrum employees— are ensuring our communities can work from home or be entertained while they stay home in safety and comfortably quarantined. But we are all risking our lives and that of our families by regularly coming into contact with other employees and our customers. The only thing we have been offered is three weeks of “flexible time off” once we are infected or affected by the virus, but this would be too little too late. The idea that we would be paid off for the unused time off at the end of the year is sad, especially knowing that some people are dying from this virus. Our families are hurting now and Charter/Spectrum wants to make sure they budget for anything extra they give us. That is a scary thing to think, that our employer has such little regard for us. It is clear that this company sees us as nothing but a number, and odds are high that many of us will get sick and some of us will not survive. I pray that we all stay safe. You can email employeehelpfromcovid19@gmail.com ***We may respond in time but there might be a delay*** If you really want something to come from this tell your coworkers and family about it and post it on other sites. Join and do your part so we are treated fairly.
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    Created by employeehelp fromcovid19
  • Worker right at Dillards
    This is important not only for the workers but I believe the company at large it improves relationships with higher management and it looks great in the public eye
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    Created by Jacob Fricke Picture
  • Mental Health Therapists Fair Insurance Reimbursement
    The mental health and addiction parity act says that health insurance needs to pay the same rates that a medical provider get paid. Nurse Practitioner's have comparable training and education and they get paid 3 times as much with benefits. Especially during this pandemic, in order for the people to get their mental health needs met, we need to take care of these providers as well.
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    Created by anonymous therapist
  • Floor & Decor is non-essential, close for the safety of your employees and customers
    We are in the middle of a pandemic that can be deadly to anyone regardless of age, race, gender. We’re all at risk and no job is worth your life.
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    Created by Lily B
  • International Shoppe T1 JFK should close because of COVID-19
    All of the flights have been cancelled yet we’re still expected to show up at work. What’s the point if there aren’t even any customers. These are luxury brands selling nonessential products, they are not needed right now. By staying open, we’re only increasing the chances of the virus spreading.
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    Created by Angela Lin
  • Child Care Workers Deserve Hazard Pay
    NYS has mandated the closure of all schools and non-essential businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Daycare centers have been asked to remain open to care for young children, with expectations to also be willing to accept additional students of first responders, offering waivers to go beyond our enrollment. This is in direct contrast to the recommendations of the CDC to maintain social distancing and limit group gatherings. Workers are expected to report to work and will not receive pay if they have not accrued paid time off. Daycare employees are expected to be on the front lines during this pandemic, risking their health, under no advice or supervision as to ensure proper safety and protection against this virus.
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    Created by Tabatha Fenezia
  • PCC Community Markets ("PCC") Store Employees
    Grocery store workers are working in one of the few places still open to large groups and are dealing with hoarding, fights, and shortages. Despite this, PCC store employees are coming to work, enabling our community to quarantine. While this petition cannot address the inequities of class that persist in this country, the virus reveals that risk once again is outsourced to low and moderate-income workers. At a minimum, PCC store employees should receive increased pay and expanded benefits during this crisis. Time is of the essence and other grocers have acted in an expeditious way to address these issues. We expect the same form our Union Representatives on our behalf and PCC Community Markets.
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    Created by Noreen Dillman