• 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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  • Separate employee handeling Togo orders.
    We have to stand up for our already low wages. We have to let our employers know we are willing to do the job that we are paid for but need to make more when more is asked of us. I have been a server for a long time and have never felt more underpaid than now.
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  • Uniting LA Cab Drivers
    For the future of everyone.
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  • Keep D3 at D3 status regardless of flying with D2
    It is important for current active employees to keep their benefit at its current status for commuting, going on vacation with RC or spouse. Upgrading D3s will cause more work for agents and cost the company more money. Friends sometimes just need to buy a real ticket and not make it harder for employees to get on.
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  • STOP SUPERVISORS HARRASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, AND ABUSE
    Employees shouldn't be forced to work under those conditions. Some staff members have health issues and other issues going on in their life. It is very difficult to come to work and be positive and function when you have a supervisor that is doing all those things
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  • G4S Security let us have NEATLY kept beards
    Because it's self expression and it makes you feel confident and better about yourself. If you want people working for you to do a good job, then make them happy.
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  • Parking Issue at 91Springboard, Andheri East
    Workers at the hub have to either wait for ages for a person to move their car, or have to interrupt important work/meetings to move their cars hindering everyone’s work and schedules.
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  • Facial piercings/ear piercings
    Facial piercings/ear piercing is a trend in today society. Many people spend a lot of money on such things as piercings just like tattoos. Publix allows full size arm tattoos in plain view on cashiers, but not a tiny little nose diamond stud barely visible? Silly! Even 8 hrs out can cause it to close up. Mine closed after a wk of working at Publix!
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  • Allow facial piercings
    It is important that the associates are allowed to express themselves. We have come a long way as a nation. We used to see tattoos as some taboo form of art. Now they are more widely accepted. Piercings are also becoming more commonplace in the younger generations. Are piercings really much different than a person wearing makeup?
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  • 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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  • Expanded Educational Benefits
    This is important because there are many Starbucks Partners who have already earned a 4 year degree, been in the workforce for a period of time and no longer see value in what they studied due to changes in life, interests, and career path, especially many older Partners such as myself. In my particular stuation, I have earned a 4 year degree, and after years in the workforce, no longer want to pursue a career path in my field of study. This makes me no different than a twenty something starting out in College. In both cases, we are trying to find a career path, I'm just older and degreed.
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