• We Need Bathroom Access- Stop Locking Us Out!
    Not having access to this bathroom means that we have to take time out of our short breaks to walk across the whole store to go to the other bathroom, if it is open at all. Having these bathrooms open and available would greatly improve the work day of associates who have medical issues that require immediate access to restrooms.
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    Created by Jennifer Sanchez
  • TRAVEL POLICY
    THIS IS IMPORTANT TO ALL OF US BECAUSE WE HAVE IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS WHO NEED TO VISIT SICK GRANDMA AND GRANDPA, WHO WANT TO BE THERE DURING FAMILY REUNION WHO WE HAVE NOT SEEN IN YEARS, AND WHO WANT TO BE THERE DURING THE GRADUATION OF OUR GRANDCHILDREN. I HAVE A MOTHER WHO IS 93 YRS. OLD WHO LIVES IN SFO AND I HAVE TO FLY MY SIBLINGS FROM JAPAN, PHILIPPINES, LAS VEGAS, AND MYSELF FROM PANAMA TO VISIT HER EVERY YEAR.
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  • AMERICAN AIRLINES EMPLOYEE TRAVEL BENEFIT CHANGES
    IT IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE WE NOW HAVE LOST OUR SENORITY OF TRAVEL FOR THE STANDBY LIST AND THE AMOUNT OF TRAVEL PASSES WE NOW GET. WHICH WAS WHAT DETERNED EVERYTHING WITH OUR BENEFIT FOR AMERICAN AIRLINES TRAVEL . WE GAVE ALL THOSE YEARS TO BE TRAETED LIKE WE MEANT NOTHING. WE ARE TREAT LIKE WE ARE LOWER THAN A DOG!!!! WE EARNED THIS BENEFIT. FLYING IS SO IMPORTANT TO US AND WHERE WE ARE PLACED ON THE STANDBY LIST.
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    Created by MARIANNE ABERLE
  • Return to previous travel policy
    New travel policy is unfair
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    Created by charles chien
  • American Airlines Retiree New Travel Policy
    I continue to sell American to all business associates, family and friends. I'm supporting the New American Airlines, but need to believe we can make The New American a leader again.
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  • Benefits for Dental Assistants/Staff
    It is soooo important to have benefits. It makes the employee feel appreciated, valued, and respected. It's good for physical and mental health. It is just common sense. !!!!!!!
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    Created by Roxanne Britt Picture
  • Point Park University Students Support the Adjuncts Right to Unionize!
    Despite rising tuition costs, the majority of faculty continue to be underpaid, underrepresented, and lack any type of job security. At Point Park, we pay between $24,000 and $30,000 a year in tuition. Our adjunct professors on the other hand, receive $2,100 to $2,200 per course with NO benefits and no guarantee of future employment. As students we must ask ourselves where does the money go? If not to those working day-in and day-out to impart us with the necessary skills for our futures then where? 78% of our professors are adjuncts. An increased use of adjuncts lowers graduation rates. This is only because they are not receiving the benefits and compensation they deserve. By giving our adjuncts space on campus, bettering adjunct working conditions, increasing adjunct pay this can be remedied. This would free up adjunct schedules allowing more time for them to focus on a reasonable number of students, and provide the quality education they strive to give. Graduation rates would rise as students would be granted much needed one on one time to work with their professors. In respect to the treatment of our professors the University is not looking out for the students. By withholding from our professors the fair treatment, job security, proper benefits, and proper pay that they deserve not only are our chances of success during college hampered, but our futures as well. They are ignoring student needs and completely disregarding the values in which they espouse. [1] Point Park University. "Tuition." Accessed February 9, 2014. http://www.pointpark.edu/About/TuitionCosts/Tuition. [2] Schackner, Bill. "Colleges are hiring more adjunct professors." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Last modified April 5, 2013. http://www.post-gazette.com/education/2013/04/05/Colleges-are-hiring-more-adjunct-professors/stories/201304050117#ixzz2l3DZcF9n. [3] Erdley, Debra. "Adjunct teachers prop up higher education, seek rights." TribLIVE.com. Last modified March 31, 2013. http://triblive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/s_789221.html#axzz2kMocQdqO. [4] Kezar, Adrianna, Daniel Maxey, and Lara Badke. "The Imperative for Change." University of Southern California. Last modified 2012. http://imperative.thechangingfaculty.org/.
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  • STOP UNDERFUNDING LOUDOUN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
    In the past two years alone, the Loudoun County School Board and Board of Supervisors have cut the proposed Loudoun County Public School budget by $70.1 million. This repeated underfunding is hurting students, parents, school employees, and our community as a whole. Whether it’s inadequate bus service, delayed technological upgrades, larger class sizes, less competitive compensation for staff, or increased fees for parents, the result is clear: underfunding is undermining the quality of public education in Loudon County. This year, the Loudoun Education Association is partnering with parents, students and school employees to tell public officials that this year’s budget must meet the needs of schools and students in Loudoun County. Signatures from online and offline petitions will be presented to the Loudoun County School Board and Board of Supervisors during budget meetings. The Loudoun Education Association will inform signers of opportunities to get involved in the budget process.
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    Created by Loudoun Education Association
  • Walmart needs to honor Dr. notes
    On December 19th, 2012, I was called at home and terminated. It was my day off and they had me come in. Walmart needs to show more empathy to those who have medical issues.
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    Created by monique buffington
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