• 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
  • McDonald's Workers in East LA Suffering Discrimination Harassment
    This important because we need to put an stop to all this Mistreatment and bad behavior from management to the workers it's up to us to support each other in this hard times
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    Created by Jorge Jimenez
  • 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
  • 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
  • McDonald's Should Not Be Allowed To Schedule Workers 8 Hours But Only Pay Them For 4 Hours work
    McDonald's is CHEATING their employees out of a full paycheck which they've EARNED and causing undo hardship by stealing living wages right out of their pockets. People are working full time so they can get a full time check not a partial paycheck. It is not right and has to be against the law to have someone work a 40 hour week and turn around and pay them for a 20 hour week. If you don't want employees getting paid for full time hours then schedule them to work 20 hours per week. It is the RIGHT of every employee to get paid for the ACTUAL hours they put in. McDonald's does not appreciate their employees and treat them like slaves. These are human beings you are dealing with. You cannot play around with someone's livelihood. Many of these people are over 30 and over 40 and have children they are trying to feed as well as meet their own obligations. McDonald's wants its workers to put in the hours and do the work but they don't want to pay them what they're worth. This is a very difficult job and no employee should be earning LESS than what they deserve while being overworked and undervalued. This is the true definition of overworked and underpaid. McDonald's is the most heartless, ruthless, stressful, unfair and highly disorganized organization I have ever been a part of. I will NOT be returning. It's so not worth the toil just to get a few dollars in your pocket.
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    Created by K. James
  • Cutting Hours
    So people can save up money to buy things.
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    Created by Michael Schwartz
  • Stop cutting our hours
    Because if it isn't stopping, NOW. I Wont have a job to go to, unless it isn't Walmart. I'll be forced out, forcing me too find full-time employment. Not only to pay, my rent and buy food . But to stop the eviction that's coming, and only reason is. 100% because of my cut hours with Walmart. And stop then worries and trembling that I have never had before being told from management that there. Is nothing anyone can do about it, so if you're schedule says to work 9 hrs. For the week, just follow your schedule. Just do it. Lol. 😂 OMG! And I could have used other words here, but that's not me. Is anyone at Walmart listening???, are at least trying to apply common sense?? To what I and an thousands of other faithfull Walmart employees are saying? And no Walmart is not the only place of employment for us, and just trying to figure out if that's what Walmart wants? And is it there goal ? To work with less employees , even the faithfully and hardworking one? Just to not to have the Heart do it the right way and be straight up with employees and tell us that it would be best if we seek other full time employment? I Sure would appreciate the REAL answer. Because I doubt seriously I'm the only one stressing the unanswered questions of our full-time 40 week, when? And if it will ever be reinstated? AND WHEN? Are if I should leave my job with full-time benefits? And seek other full time employment? And forget about benefits . That will never be usefull anyways with 9 hour weeks. And just get new full time employment, to keep a roof over me and my family head and food in our stomach ,? Again, just appreciate some real straight up answers.
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    Created by Leonard Gachassin
  • Let the unions in at Publix
    Publix has taken drastic steps to cut costs and hours among the already low-paid, low-hour store level employees. This was completed unilaterally and without input from the associates. Meanwhile, the corporate officers continue to get paid at a much higher rate, and are never asked to cut their pay or benefits. Allowing a labor union to represent you would establish a process in which Publix must follow before they are allowed to do this. It provides a disciplinary process that is fair and equal to everyone, which will eliminate favoritism. It would establish an universal pay scale. It is also important to know that Publix, by federal law (Chapter 5 United States Code) CANNOT fire or otherwise discipline you for attempting to form or join a union.
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    Created by Kyle Beamsderfer
  • Endured Grievances Of Employees Of Dunkin' Donuts
    To improve working quality of the employees and provide incentives for better quality work.
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    Created by Lucas Romano