• Acyrylic nails
    Because we I feel like a woman should b able to feel pretty while in work place or o jus feel like we can use that kind of pampering. Every other resteraunt allows the girls to wear nails
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    Created by Sarah coleman
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    Created by Brian Fisher
  • Better Pay and Old Surge Lyft Drivers
    Many drivers have lives, just like the CEO of Lyft. For some drivers, rideshare driving is their only source of income. By reducing the rates and getting rid of the percentage surge on Lyft (some markets have flat surge), it makes it harder for drivers to make good money daily. And remember, drivers have to spend their own money to purchase gas, oil change, brakes, tires, and other expenses. It's time for Lyft to look out for the drivers!
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    Created by Brandon T
  • Stand with Vermont's Restaurant Workers!
    Vermonters love to dine out, experience new things, and try new foods and flavors. So do the many tourists that visit our beautiful state each year. The restaurant culture and service industry isn’t going anywhere and neither are the amazing humans who work in and sustain it. Not only is it not going anywhere, it has been growing and expanding rapidly. The service industry has grown 80% since the 1990s, more than any other sector of our economy in America. Nationally, 1 out of every 2 people currently works or has worked in the service industry. Under current Vermont law, tipped workers bring home $5.39 an hour before tips. This leaves a large section of Vermont’s workforce - 12,300 people, nearly 80% of whom are women - vulnerable to inconsistent and unreliable pay, low wages, and harassment. This year, we're fighting to raise the standards for thousands of Vermont's tipped service workers and fight for One Fair Wage, improving the security of those who work in Vermont's profitable food service industry by raising wages across the board to at least $15 an hour before tips, phased in over several years. As someone who has worked in the industry for many years, I enjoy and take pride in this work. I also know firsthand the challenges that we face as a result of poverty wages. Elsewhere, others have also begun to recognize these challenges. Many states such as Minnesota, California, Washington, and Oregon have already agreed to One Fair Wage: a single minimum wage for all restaurant workers with tips as usual. Will you stand in support and solidarity with Vermont’s tipped workforce and let our legislators know that you support #OneFairWage? Let’s be on the right side of history together. Join me in signing today. Andy Sebranek Burlington, VT
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    Created by Andy Sebranek
  • Better Pay and Old Surge for Uber Drivers
    Many drivers have lives, just like the CEO of Uber. For some drivers, rideshare driving is their only source of income. By reducing the rates and getting rid of the multiplier surge on Uber, it makes it harder for drivers to make good money daily. And remember, drivers have to spend their own money to purchase gas, oil change, brakes, tires, and other expenses. It's time for Uber to look out for the drivers!
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    Created by Brandon T
  • Publix Pay
    Publix changes there pay range but doesn’t bump up people’s pay when they’ve been there for 2+yrs! So that means people who are just starting at Publix make just as much as the employees who have been there for years! It’s not right and they need to do something about it! Pay your employees the right way!
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    Created by Kayla T.
  • Hazard Compensation
    Because our safety is the first priority, yeah we made it through a burning building but I'd rather suffer a burn then have hyperthermia and frost bitten feet and hands.
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    Created by russell raines
  • Cutting Hours
    So people can save up money to buy things.
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    Created by Michael Schwartz
  • Riders violating TOS should pay higher cancellation fees
    We are losing money and wasting time driving to locations to pick up passengers who are violating TOS. and the account holders are putting their children in danger by attempting to get them rides when they are underage or thinking they can hold a small child in their lap....They should feel in in their wallets and maybe they will think twice before asking a driver to break laws.
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    Created by Diana West Picture
  • 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 Picture
  • Associate hair policy change.
    With recent change in beard policy, it should finally be time to review other outdated policies in regards to how associates maintain their own hair appearances. Providing that we can still maintain the same level of sanitation in personal appearance and in store operations, the individual associate should be able to choose the way they wish to wear their hair. The beard policy change has been a positive change and we believe that this will also be a positive change for both associates and the company.
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    Created by Theodore Weiner
  • Expand piercings allowed in dress code!!!
    I know many partners that wear retainers to make their piercings invisible at work, or even had to take their piercings out when they started their jobs at Starbucks. I believe this negatively affects partner morale, as well as contradicting Starbucks' reputation as a highly open and accepting company. Self expression is to me, a vital part of barista culture and I would love to see Starbucks expand their celebration of this. Hiding my septum piercing at work to adhere to dress code is one of the few ways I feel limited in the workplace, and I would feel so much more comfortable if this was not something I had to do. Having worked in many kitchen and food service environments, facial piercings have never been previously considered relevant to food safety in my experience. I understand that the laws in different areas may state otherwise, and that Starbucks as a company has an obligation to adhere to state and local law concerning body jewelry. Above all, I put my trust in Starbucks to adapt to current shifting cultural ideas surrounding the appearance of it's partners, and to modify our dress code to follow.
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    Created by Artemis McGettigan