BMO MEADOWVALE CONTACT CENTRE

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Pascal Michael Krane started this petition to Bank of Montreal and

Last week, BMO's Customer Contact Centre on 2465 Argentia Rd. in Mississauga decided to temporarily shut down and force everyone to work from home against their will. 

BMO directors spent a considerable amount of time very carefully and methodically reinforcing this was to protect staff from the dangers of COVID through a series of emails. The messages were stragetically positioned to suggest it was all about the employees, yet no one was given a choice. You were forced out of the building with little to no notice. BMO turned a blind eye to anyone who didn't support their view, making it impossible to have an opinion, share how this sudden move would affect us mentally and thr stress that comes with out of pocket expenses some may need to incur in this tough environment. "Coincidently", BMO'S decision came shortly after the government introduced new measures which would see businesses shut down if the location had 5 or more cases. They weren't concerned with our safety anytime in the past year, but now that it may affect business closures its all hands on deck! Just a short time ago, you had to wait weeks for a laptop just to be deployed to work from home. After the government announcement suggesting they may get shutdown, BMO magically figured it out overnight. Or maybe they did infact get shut down due to cases, which would explain the sudden overnight reaction. Employees are tired of being lied to and moved around like little ponds on a chessboard. 

Give bank employees the right to choose whether they want to work from home or not! Banks are an essential service, we are not "required" to shut down and employees are tired of being lied to, bullied and brainwashed into thinking we have no choice! Sign this petition to give employees voice and put an end to corporations misuing their powers! 

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