Study: Bad Actors Opening Badly; Why Legal Accountability Is So Important

Monday, June 1, 2020

This study shows that many essential businesses and services, which have been operating throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, have not followed best practices and have endangered their employees and customers. Some employers have allowed workplaces to become disease-ridden infection super-spreaders. And many have not been supportive of sick employees, forcing them to work, threatening dismissal unless they do, and greatly contributing to infection-spread throughout the country. And as more businesses start to reopen, it is clear that some intend to openly flaunt as many safety guidelines as they can get away with. Whether the business is a restaurant, retail store, nursing home, gym, or food plant, public confidence in the safety of workplaces is the key to any recovery. That means legal accountability.

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