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  • Publix: Coronavirus pandemic
    Publix does not have a drive thru in their pharmacy so they have to come into close contact with their customers whom may be carrying coronavirus. Publix does not allow their employees to wear gloves or masks because it hurts the "Publix image". Either provide the employees with masks and gloves for their protection because pharmacist and pharmacy techs are also in the medical field and come in close contact with sick people or just close down the pharmacy all together! These pharmacy employees are human beings with families and should not be exposed to danger so the company, CEO and management all the way at the top can continue to make a profit off their employees. Publix CEO and management at the top are hiding in their mansions behind their desks safely while they send their employees out in the battlefield unprotected. Their employees is how Publix got their great customer service image to begin with. Show them you care and gratitude by protecting them with masks and gloves or let them stay home till the danger is no longer imminent since there is no drive thru pharmacy.
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    Created by YVETTE TRIPPLET
  • Publix: Coronavirus Pandemic
    PUBLIX, who is allowed to wear masks??? Because it seems like this is a ploy to appear as if you are protecting your employees and consumers. Provide ALL OF YOUR employees with THE CHOICE to wear masks and gloves for their protection, FOOD PREP WORKERS INCLUDED (Produce / Meat / Deli). These people are risking their lives to help their communities. And I will quote the last petition... These employees are human beings with families and should not be exposed to danger so the company, CEO and management all the way at the top can continue to make a profit off their employees. Publix CEO and management at the top are hiding in their mansions behind their desks safely while they send their employees out in the battlefield unprotected. These employees are how Publix got their great customer service image to begin with. Show them you care and gratitude by protecting them with masks and gloves until the danger is no longer imminent...
    25 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Suzie Banville
  • WeWork: Close During the Coronavirus Pandemic
    WeWork: close all your offices immediately, for at least two weeks, and do not reopen until public health experts are confident that social distancing is no longer a necessary measure to limit the exponential spread of the novel coronavirus. Pay all your employees and routine contract workers such as cleaning staff their regular wages and benefits during the closure, and don't charge membership fees for this period when members won't be able to safely use your services.
    806 of 1,000 Signatures
    Created by Jill Raney Picture
  • Temporarily Close Dunkin’ Due to Coronavirus
    Close all Dunkin’s in the United States as well as provide payment during the time of closure.
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    Created by Katerina Werth
  • City of Madison Workers Demand Coronavirus Protections
    The City of Madison should set the standard for other employers in how it manages the COVID-19 pandemic with its employees: • Ensure a safe working environment: supply masks, gloves, sanitizer and other safety materials, especially for workers dealing with the public • Any employee asked to quarantine or that has contracted the virus should be booked off work with full pay and no use of their leave time. • Employees absent to care for themselves or a loved one showing signs of the virus should face no discipline and have their job guaranteed. • Allocate additional sick days to ensure to all City employees so that no one reports to work while ill and potentially spreads the virus • Guarantee in writing that should any City agency close or workers asked not to report, that the City will guarantee their full pay and benefits
    591 of 600 Signatures
    Created by Madison City Worker
  • Irvine Company in California should close due to coronavirus
    Close all office locations due to coronavirus
    10 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Bob Johnson
  • Coronavirus: Whole Foods Workers Need Paid Sick Hours!
    An immediate expansion of Paid Sick Hours for all employees. Our work requires us to not only interact with the public but the food they consume. Whole Foods has an obligation to keep its employees and the public safe from all forms of illness, especially Coronavirus.
    13,818 of 15,000 Signatures
    Created by Whole Worker Picture
  • Suspend Starbucks business until further notice, due to the Coronavirus
    Starbucks should suspend all business hours, at every location, while continuing to pay hourly and salary workers, during the spread of the coronavirus.
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  • 57 of 100 Signatures
    Created by James James
  • Protect retail & grocery store workers during coronavirus pandemic
    People who work in retail and grocery stores right now are holding our communities together – making sure people can get the food and supplies they need to survive. Every minute we spend at work, we’re interacting with customers and coworkers who might be infected. We’re doing our best to make sure our neighbors and communities can get groceries and supplies during the pandemic. All this, while many stores are seeing huge increases in sales and profits. I work at Walmart part-time. Just two weeks ago, I went to the doctor and got diagnosed with the flu. I don’t have any sick leave so I had to beg my store manager to let me go home. The doctor recommended 5-7 days of rest but I was only able to get one day off. The choice was made for me: I had to continue going to work with the flu. Sign the petition to tell the biggest retail and grocery corporations to 1) provide gloves, masks, and protection to all employees 2) ensure paid sick & family leave, 3) hazard pay at double the regular pay for employees working during the pandemic.
    59 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Brittney Legowski Picture
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