If you work at Whole Foods and have been harmed by the company’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak, we want to hear from you. Our firm is investigating:
- Lack of paid safety training
- Failure to provide personal protective equipment (such as masks or gloves)
- Inadequate sick leave
- Wrongful termination
Lost pay or gotten sick while working at Whole Foods during the coronavirus outbreak?
You may be entitled to compensation. Get a confidential consultation.
Whole Foods workers stage sickout, protest work conditions
On March 31, 2020, some Whole Foods employees called in sick to protest inadequate protections from the coronavirus.
During this public health crisis, employers like Whole Foods must protect workers by reducing their risk of getting sick and providing adequate support if they do get sick. Our firm is investigating possible violations of workers’ rights during the outbreak of COVID-19.
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