Macy's—Stop Supporting Wage Theft

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SCOTT JACKSON
9 years ago
I'm a newspress carrier who is regularly underpayed and/or not payed on time. I often get deductions on my check for supplies I've never received or hundreds of dollars of "miscalculations" and there is no recourse for me. I would love to see a wage theft ordinance come to Lee county but I'm not going to hold my breath.

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Kim Diaz
9 years ago
It's time for corporatiions to pay their fair share not steal from their workers too.

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Cecilia Millan
9 years ago
My mother was the recalled commisioner who put that ordinance onto the dade county books. Wait until I tell her what is happening. She has a Macys card as well. Dont let them undo all the victories that she has done for the working class people. I am so signing this!

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LuAnn Swartzlander
9 years ago
Refusing to support wage theft is an honorable act that lives up to Macy's tradition.

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doris catauro
9 years ago
because this worker should pe paid for his time

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Carl House
9 years ago
I'm astonished that we have to fight for this issue, but we do. Some business enterprises try to cheat low paid workers out of some of their earnings and the Florida legislature is trying to make it easier for them to get away with it.

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Susan Kenske
9 years ago
companies, stop being so cheap. pay your workers. cut your bonuses.

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roderick manning
9 years ago
Blessed is the man who considers the poor!

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gabriel sanchez
9 years ago
A person wages is sacred to criticize or steal from a persons wage is ungodly,unamerican , and the managers which allow for this to happen will bankrupt the company.

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Martha Roden
9 years ago
Anyone who has worked in the service sector knows how easy it is for an employer to not pay overtime or not pay for the hours you have worked. Employees need recourse in these situations--they need local ordinances that protect them. Don't let Macy's ban such ordinances; to do so would be paramount to promoting wage theft.