It’s simple-if we request an LOA or have documentation that we asked to be off and were denied if we get it sue CVS for liability and pain/suffering. This is ridiculous.
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It’s not about wanting to work, it’s about not wanting to potentially die. Always making it about work. Customers may need me, but guess what-my family needs me more.
I’m a store manager. My mother moved into my house last year after my father passed away. She’s 72 years old. Needless to say she has the run of the house now and I sleep in the basement. Not gonna get my mom k–led because of cvs. I’m ok if cvs ruines my life but not my mothers
@1aky+1496jl3l... It’s not that employees are “afraid” to work, it’s that NO ONE wants to be exposed to this virus, and unfortunately working at cvs puts you at risk. You have to remember there are many reasons an individual might request a LOA. Some live with family members who are at high risk. So if you live with Grandma, do you really want to put her at risk?
And some of this LOA request thing comes from Family members of employees who basically tell them to “don’t come home if you go to work”. And some people might have compromised immune systems that put them at high risk and thusly for their own life and health they take a LOA. People are rightfully scared of this virus, so BEFORE you go accusing them of “not wanting to work”, walk in their shoes.
Well said my friend
I don’t understand the concept of taking an loa because employees are afraid to work? To me you either work or quit. Your choice. Why should your job be held for you when you abandoned it when we needed you most? Not to mention that someone is hired to fill that position. How is it fair to them? They come on board and work thru the pandemic and then once it’s over they don’t have a job? If you truly don’t want to work then quit. Reapply later and if we have spot you will be considered. Now if you are sick or have to care for someone that is sick, that is a different situation.