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Trader Joe’s workers say the company’s coronavirus plans are ‘insufficient’

5 Mar 2020

The coalition working on organizing a Trader Joe’s union responds to a memo released to workers about its plans for time off during the epidemic, urging the store to expand its sick leave.

The coalition that’s working to organize a union at Trader Joe’s, the quirky grocery store on which many young urbanites depend for reasonably priced goods, says the management’s allowance for paid sick leave during the coronavirus outbreak is “insufficient.”


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