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  • Papa John's: Address sexual harassment
    The Department of Human Resources needs to be called out. There are thousands of employees getting hurt from the blind eye of this department not doing anything about these types of claims. They don’t care. Something needs to be done.
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    Created by Scared Acanthisitta
  • I’m fighting sexual harassment at Comcast
    Content Warning: The following contains references to experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace. I worked at Comcast for five years, and during this time, my co-workers and I were subjected to lewd comments and unwanted sexual advances by male colleagues. On one occasion, I experienced groping. The culture of sexual harassment at the Comcast call centers I worked at was pervasive and difficult to escape. I felt constant fear and anxiety around certain male colleagues, and would try to avoid and limit contact if possible. I had to develop coping strategies, such as training myself to only listen to work-related words while filtering out words that were sexually driven. It was mentally exhausting. Comcast needs to take these allegations seriously and begin an investigation into sexual harassment and misconduct in Comcast’s call centers and other workplaces immediately. Join me in demanding that Comcast acknowledge its sexual harassment problem and take immediate action to fix it.
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  • Voices are louder together - Stop all harassment at Delta Air Lines, Inc.
    Corporations' abuse of power needs to stop! Most importantly, victims' lives forever change when subjected to sexual misconduct. Acts of sexual harassment and assault violate employees’ dignity as human beings. Delta needs to take these and all allegations seriously. Corporate memos stating “zero tolerance” but then doing nothing are not the answer. Join me in demanding Delta Air Lines acknowledge their sexual misconduct and harassment problems and take REAL immediate action to fix it.
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    Created by Jenny Dawson
  • Waymo must address sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace
    Waymo (Google) must be held accountable to begin abiding by the laws that protect workers and provide a safe, hostile-free and equitable workplace for everyone (Temps, Vendors, Contractors, and Full-Time Employees).
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    Created by Dylan Wilder
  • DLA Piper, Dump Forced Arbitration
    As law students, we are horrified to read Vanina Guerrero’s account of the sexual harassment and assault she experienced while working as a lawyer at DLA Piper. [1] We believe it is unacceptable that DLA Piper is attempting to force Ms. Guerrero into arbitration, a coercive contract provision that shields wrongdoers from accountability and silences victims of illegal conduct. We stand with Vanina Guerrero and survivors of sexual violence, and we demand that DLA Piper end forced arbitration for all of its employees.
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  • Darden: Stop requiring employees to sign arbitration forms
    I want Darden to stop requiring employees to sign arbitration agreements during orientation. It's basically a waiver that makes them not liable for any negative experience that you have at that establishment. Which is all in all ridiculous. That has to be changed. We as employees should not have to sign anything stating that we will not be covered in cases of sexual harassment, discrimination and any other negative experiences. The terms are not explained truthfully.
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    Created by Former Longhorn Server
  • Demand the FMCSA take immediate action on Sexual Misconduct in Truck Driver Training Fleets
    ● Place all trucking companies that use student truck drivers to move team freight on immediate probation. This business model is directly responsible for sexual assaults and harassment incidents that have been reported to our organization in the past decade. IT IS NOT RELATED TO GENDER! • Cease all future student truck driver recruiting at the following trucking fleets: CRST Van Expedited, CR England, Covenant Transport, New Prime, Inc. and any other training fleet that uses the student truck drivers in team operations which includes trainer/student, student/student co-drivers , unestablished co-driver/co-driver team operation situations REGARDLESS OF GENDER THIS MODEL JEOPARDIZES PERSONAL SAFETY AND HIGHWAY SAFETY! • Place an immediate cap on future hiring by the above-named fleets until they can prove that they can provide a qualified trainer to EACH trainee. If they cannot provide a safe training experience, they should NOT be hiring AT ALL! Furthermore, they must implement an intelligent system to match co-drivers in any team operations if their business model team revolves around moving team freight. • Stop delaying! The FMCSA must publicly denounce these fleets where thousands of women have reported incidents at the above-named truck driver training fleets for rape, assault, retaliation and harassment at such a high level these student truck drivers must often abandon their training due personal safety concerns. This is current news and the FMCSA seems to deliberately ignore a decade of documentation available at their fingertips on this subject. • Implement exit interviews immediately to survey turnover of entry-level truck driver trainees over the past decade to determine how many individuals left the industry due to unsafe training on equipment and personal safety issues. The FMCSA must do this to protect people, which in turn will reduce the nearly 200% turnover in these fleets that has fueled the false narrative of a truck driver shortage. By doing this and taking corrective action it will also curb the waste in taxpayer funded workforce programs these fleets rely on. • Launch an investigation into the practice of debt bondage taking place in some of these same truck driver training fleets where once a student has the courage and opportunity to abandon training due to safety concerns, they are deemed unhireable because of a tuition debt. Other training companies that participate in this blacklisting are in our opinion practicing collusion that violates anti-trust laws and is a breach of contract since the individuals received substandard to zero training to operate a commercial motor vehicle safely before they had to abandon their training. • Require comprehensive sexual harassment training and annual retraining to everyone as part of the CMV curriculum that exceeds the current laughable training that exists. From executive leadership, human resource department and throughout the safety department, trainers, co-drivers and new student truck drivers. Currently, very few know the law and their rights, nor the proper way to report incidents which should include immediate consequences to perpetrators and compensation for lost work time to victims. ● Stop giving commercial learners permit CLP exemptions to the truck driver training fleets that have the most lawsuits against them for sexual misconduct and discrimination and looking the other way when these fleets are receiving awards to the human resource departments who have failed at investigating the complaints of thousands of women. ● Implement real solutions and demand accountability and change NOW! Not after a comment collection period that is well over two decades too late! Sexual misconduct in truck driver training impacts highway safety and each day an individual is being harmed in the very workplace setting that the FMCSA is supposed to be overseeing! We shouldn't have to wait for a study, comment collection or survey that can take years to tell us if there is a problem. The evidence is here and it’s clear: the trucking industry has a problem with rape and sexual harassment, and we demand change NOW!
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  • Hey Google: Stop Retaliation and Scare Tactics Against Workers
    What has happened to many Googlers recently can happen to any of us. Google is blatantly and illegally using its power to retaliate against those who speak out about unethical projects and workplace issues like discrimination and harassment. And in many instances it’s using its sham of an HR investigation process to hide its activities and harass whistleblowers. Here are stories of Google contingent and full-time employees who have recently been retaliated against: [1] Claire Stapleton and Meredith Whittaker were pushed out of Google for organizing the Women's March in response to unchecked sexual harassment by Google executives: [2] The Thanksgiving Four were fired under false claims for protesting unethical projects at Google: [3] Chelsey Glasson witnessed and experienced pregnancy discrimination, and was retaliated against for reporting the discrimination: [4] Henry Ramirez & Jorge Nelson, two contingent workers in Google UK, were terminated for protesting poor working conditions: [5] Other stories can be found here: PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO SHOW GOOGLE THAT YOU STAND WITH THE WORKERS ABOVE WHO HAVE BEEN RETALIATED AGAINST AND THAT SUCH BEHAVIOR WON’T BE TOLERATED.
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  • Harvard Law School Calls to End the Secrecy on Harassment and Discrimination
    Require organizations recruiting on campus to allow victims of harassment and discrimination to bring their claims in a court of law.
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  • End Sexual Abuse of International Students at Brisbane Airport
    A Brisbane Airport cleaning contractor has been accused of sexually abusing more than five women employees and threatening them with deportation if they resisted him. We're calling on BAC officials to fire the contractor and stop deportation of the women whistleblowers. Brisbane Airport must also review its contracting policies and make changes to ensure that this never happens again.
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    Created by Carolina R.
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