Petition against the Wrongful Termination of Mom’s Employee, Dameca Neal

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     We, the undersigned students, staff, and faculty of The College of Wooster community, strongly oppose the wrongful termination of Dameca Neal, carried out on Nov. 2nd, 2017. The reasoning Dameca received for her termination included claims that she is intimidating, a poor team leader, and failed to attend managerial meetings. We, the undersigned, strongly oppose these claims against Dameca for the following reasons:

1. Dameca has incredible managerial skills and is an excellent team leader. She is a valuable staff member at Mom’s due to her ability to work well with and lead both student employees and staff.

2. Dameca’s presence on the 3rd shift at Mom’s has proven vital time and time again to creating and maintaining a safe environment for students and staff, especially on the weekends. She is incredibly skilled at diffusing potentially dangerous situations with inebriated students and is one very important reason Mom’s can stay open as late as it currently does.

3. Dameca is a kind and reasonable person—her actions are not intimidating at all. In fact, her actions prove she is a stern yet reasonable manager. More importantly, she is incredibly sympathetic and cares very deeply for the students and the community here.

4. Dameca was unable to attend managerial meetings because her superiors scheduled them at noon when they are well aware that Dameca is a 3rd shift manager and needs that time to sleep.  Her superiors must be better team leaders and take into account their 3rd shift employees when scheduling meetings.

     For the reasons listed above, we, the undersigned, oppose the wrongful termination of Dameca Neal, and demand that she be given her job back and reinstated as 3rd shift manager at Mom’s.



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