• Close Dunkin during pandemic. Pay employees
    This is our health and money for big corporations is being put ahead of that. It is not a necessity to be open during times like these.
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    Created by Brittnee Stoilov
  • Temporarily Close Dunkin’ Due to Coronavirus
    DUNKIN’ IS NOT AN ESSENTIAL BUSINESS. We, as well as our customers, most of whom are elderly, deserve to be protected from the Coronavirus. We are transmitting germs everyday by serving each customer that comes through the drive thru or comes in for takeout. This is not okay and Dunkin should shut down all locations ASAP.
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    Created by Katerina Werth
  • Shut it down
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    Created by James Smith
  • Risking employees health for profit
    Closing the sales department, during this pandemic of the coronavirus is crucial. The virus itself is airborne, and although washing your hands frequently, and disinfecting the store is helpful, that won’t prevent the spread of said virus. Both customers AND employees are at risk of catching and spreading the virus. At this point in time, there is no way to know who has the coronavirus, due to the limited number of tests. Suspending all business hours, until further notice, WHILE continuing to pay all workers, would be beneficial to both customers & employees. Employees and Customers can display no symptoms, while still being able to transmit the virus to others. Instead of waiting until an employee has been exposed or catch the virus, closing all stores would prevent anyone from getting the virus. At this current time, employees are on the frontlines, potentially being exposed and spreading the virus, unknowingly. The moral thing to do, would be to suspend business, while paying employees, until there is a grip on the virus.
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    Created by John Lewis
  • Crisis/hazard pay
    These health care providers are risking their lives along with the loved ones they go home to each night, while providing life saving care to coronavirus victims. They are not expected to work from home, practice safe distancing, or put their concerns first; instead, it’s all hands on deck for this group of health care providers. With barely enough money to cover monthly expenses and student loan debts, if they become infected by a + patient, the hospital loses a set of caring hands, but the employee risks so much more. Offer hazard pay to nurses and techs. They are dealing with a crisis and should be paid accordingly
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    Created by Dave Mitchell
  • Cashier
    All of the evidence suggests that seniors, over 60, are more susceptible to this virus.
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    Created by Steve Whitfield
  • Walmart associate protection covid19
    To keep associates and customers safe and following the regulations of state and Federal government.
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    Created by Linda B
  • Close TJX company stores for Safety of workers
    TJX company has more than 500 employees and is exempt from being required to pay sick leave or family leave. Retail workers need to be protected and paid.
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    Created by Eileen Wilkinson
  • Removing Repetitive Music from the Workplace
    Working with the same set of songs playing 24 hours a day, week after week while working makes me want to spend the least amount of time possible at work. Music has in the past been proven as an effective torture method used to break the will of prisoners of the Iraq war and also Guantanamo, so why should the workplace include a similar environment while under the stress of work? I dont think anyone should have to be forced to listen to the same thing for 8 hours a day 5-7 days a week, that to me is ludicrous.
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    Created by Zackary Strand
  • Requests
    Unfair treatment and a hostile work environment has created stress and anxiety for many employees
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    Created by Carl Tipton
  • Casino 580 Smoke Free Workplace
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined that secondhand smoke is a Class A carcinogen for which there is no safe exposure level. Employees of Parkwest Casino 580, Knighted Ventures and all Patrons should be protected from second and third hand smoke and the carcinogens that it carries and leaves in our work environment. Many Pregnant, breast feeding, asthmatic, and elderly people's health are being compromised for the convenience of smokers.
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    Created by Jennifer Albert Picture
  • Change Our Leave Company
    This is important because many of us here at Apple have had to take a leave of absence from work for various reasons. The leave process is challenging and draining. Most, if not all of the process is put on the employee. The employees may already be under stress, anxiety, or intense pressure due to their own personal situation. When we were hired, we were guaranteed these benefits but we aren’t all receiving them. This is especially true for those of us suffering with mental health problems which I believe are usually disregarded by the leave company and never seriously considered a disability. The government finds many mental health issues to be disabilities, so, why is it different when dealing with a leave company? Perhaps because the leave company believes the employee just wants to get paid to be out of work and to do whatever they want. However, the reality is that when on a leave for mental health issues, those issues are exacerbated due to the added stresses of being out on a leave, and mental health does not improve. There is no fairness when leave claims are handled between those with physical health leaves and mental health leaves. Physical and mental health do correlate. Personally, I have found Sedgwick to be a one-sided company whose only objective is to save Apple money by not paying their employees while out on a medical leave of absence from work. More specifically, in relation to medical leaves involving mental health. They also do not employ doctors to interview employees or review the documentation to verify their reason for the leave. They employ nurses, who are not qualified to make medical decisions, to make decisions regarding ones claim. Sedgwick is an unfair company with unfair business practices and many complaints regarding this company have been filed in recent years.
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    Created by Taralynn Ruiz