June 12, 2020

In The News Today – June 12, 2020

McDonald’s Employees In Virus Suit Say Safety Signs Ineffective: The two Illinois McDonald’s employees accusing the company of providing subpar workplace protections against COVID-19 testified that they either haven’t seen safety signage around their workplace, haven’t fully read it or think it doesn’t help them stay safe. One McDonald’s employee testified that she had seen signs, but that she only read part of one sign that encouraged employees to maintain a 6-foot distance between one another. She admitted she didn’t read the entire sign, which also encouraged workers to wash their hands and wear gloves. (Law 360)

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