• Juicy: Take Care of Your Workers
    My name is Duane, and I’m a proud father of my beautiful five-year-old daughter. I worked at Juicy Couture’s flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York City for almost four years in the stock department. I started this petition with my coworker Darrell, because while we stock & sell Juicy Couture’s $200 jeans and sweaters, the company decided they don’t want to take care of their workers. Darrell was a successful full-time sales associate for two and half years, until the company started pushing full-time workers out. When I started, I also got 40 hours a week, but I struggled along with my coworkers as our hours were cut. Eventually, I was down to 14 hours each week. When I asked for more hours, they said they couldn’t give them to me because I didn’t have open availability – because of my daughter. When we began working at Juicy Couture, many of us were full-time. Now, only 19 of the store’s 128 employees are full-time! Not only are they firing full-time workers and replacing us with a part-time workforce, just this month Juicy capped all part-time workers hours at 21 hours per week. We quickly realized that Juicy Couture is doing everything they can to not take care of its workers. See, it was hard enough for us to make ends meet in New York City as full-time retail workers. But by keeping hours under 30 per week, Juicy Couture will no longer be required to offer their workers affordable health care – part of the Affordable Health Care Act’s plan to make sure more working Americans have basic health care. Further, we were told we’re only eligible for paid time off in case we’re sick or have other responsibilities if we work 1400 hours in one year. We did the math, and realized part-time workers reach that at 21 hours per week. This means that the vast majority of Juicy Couture’s workers will not ever get one single paid sick day. Darrell and I are just two of the full-time employees that have been forced out of Juicy Couture by having our hours cut or being fired. Now we’re speaking out on behalf of my coworkers who remain at the store, because we all deserve Just Hours. We know from experience that Juicy has loyal customers and dedicated employees -- if enough of us speak out and demand Just Hours, they'll have no choice but to act.
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    Created by Duane and Darrell
  • Unfair Domino’s conditions and termination
    We are being treated unjustly for being loyal to the company and committing years of hard work. For using our own cars for delivery and not being paid mileage or any other compensation for years (recently, early ’22, they added $.56 per mile, which still doesn’t cover much). Furthermore, being written up for having car troubles because of the wear we have to put on them for work. Multiple employees have been terminated with no notice, and upon hearsay with no proof of reason. Constantly doing managerial tasks and responsibilities, with no manager pay. Finally, multiple employees unlawfully terminated for striking because of wanting to improve these conditions.
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    Created by Raina Millay
  • Fair opportunity and better management at our facility.
    This is important cause to many people who work hard everyday get unrecognized. While those who are the favorites or in with a group so they can’t be held accountable for same offenses that they target others with.
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    Created by Jade Baldenegro
  • Management Changes
    Our store deserves to operate smoothly a majority of the time. We want you to know that we love this store. We love Starbucks. We love each other. We are asking to be listened to and heard, and to find actual solutions to these problems. We are asking to be staffed so that we are not in tears on the floor. We are only asking that someone will work with us to make this store even better, so that we don’t need to transfer to other stores or leave the company we love and know can do better for us.
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  • KEEPING CURRENT PLANT MANAGER
    Our current plant manager knows his stuff and when you go to him with work related problem he will at least take time to listen!
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    Created by Michael Ewing
  • 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
  • Health Care Committee Petition for a New Quarantine Policy
    There should be no obstacles to people staying away from work if they could possibly be COVID positive
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    Created by Aamir Deen
  • Bank of the West: Stop Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
    Employees should not be fearful of management or Human Resources, otherwise what is the point of them? Employees should feel comfortable coming forward with sexual harassment or discrimination issues instead of being retaliated against, harassed, bullied, or singled out. Human Resources and management threatening employees jobs or giving verbal warnings unrelated to work performance due to reporting systemic issues within the bank is disgraceful. Our job is to provide customers the absolute best customer service. If our employer does not treat us right, how do they expect us to do our jobs successfully? Turnover is too high at Bank of the West and for good reasons. Management and Human Resources do not care about employees and corner employees into submission to keep their power. We cannot allow this to happen anymore. We should not feel powerless or hopeless. Our workplaces need to be open and inclusive to let the best possible work to come to fruition. Bank of the West needs to act fast to correct these issues and hire a third-party agency to review the corporate sexual harassment policy and diversity and inclusion policy. Additionally, all employees, especially Human Resources and management, need to go through in-depth bias training provided by an organization specializing in diversity and inclusiveness training, fire perpetrators of sexual harassment, and management/employees that blatantly discriminate against minorities and disabled employees.
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  • Board of Director's choice of new CEO
    Their choice is very wrong for the organization and all of us on many levels. It is with a deep concern and sincerity that we respectfully submit to you our concern regarding your choice of a new CEO. As you are aware, he had previously resigned from UAII. That in itself should be disqualifying. But something even more troublesome is that he is NOT Native American. According to a stipulation on page 3 of the Indian Preference Act, first choice should be given to qualified Indians. We don't believe this was followed and the BOD is NOT in compliance. We greatly appreciate the leadership of Gene Martinez as Interim CEO. guided us through the most difficult time in the history of UAII He has worked with the City and County of Los Angeles, the employees, our clients and the greater Native American Community these past several months to keep us safe. His leadership was thoughtful, heartfelt, professional and knowledgeable. He worked with a cultural awareness and sensitivity that comes from his background and ethnicity as a Native American man. He was raised in the very community he now serves and has a great allegiance to it. We believe he has PROVEN himself. And in taking on the incredible task of leading us through this pandemic, and making sure we secure a building for our move, he has EARNED the position of CEO. It is not in the best interestof UAII staff, clients and our Native American Community to change leadership now. Please make Gene Martinez's status permanent CEO. And we urge the BOD to work closely and respectfully with him.
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    Created by pat lopez
  • corona exposer risks health welbeing
    This is important because i had never missed a day or been late and i feel like i am being mistreated
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    Created by Rhonda Curtis
  • Let men have long hair
    These policies are out dated, and archaic. They stem from the 1930s when Publix was originally founded. The social norm of the era was that it was considered polite for men to be well groomed with hair above the ear and not touching their collar. However this is 2018 and society has changed. We shouldn't have to abide by the social norms of 88 years ago in order to keep our jobs.
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    Created by Brent George