| Union officials at a petrochemical plant that President Trump visited in Pennsylvania were told that they needed to take paid time off or not be paid for the day if they did not attend their observations. Shell spokesman Ray Fisher told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that workers have…
| August 17, 2019 02: 39 PM
Union workers at a petrochemical facility that President Trump visited in Pennsylvania were told that they should employ a paid farewell day or not get paid for the day if they did not support their comments.
Ray Fisher, Shell spokesman, said the Pittsburgh Put-Gazette that workers are satisfied with a 56-hour workweek involving 16 hours of additional time.
People who attended Tuesday's tournament at the Royal Dutch Shell factory and also worked on Friday would find the sting to get their full additional time. People who did not support the White Dwelling tournament did not, although the two groups were no longer working that day.
“Your participation is no longer fundamental. This would possibly be a belief to be a justified absence. On the other hand, those who are NOT present will no longer receive additional pay on Friday, ”read a memo given to workers, according to CNN.
Shell said it no longer wrote the memorandum, but confirmed that workers would not receive the additional 16 hours of time if they did not pass the tournament.
“It became understood that some would no longer engage to support the presidential search with the board and had risked spending the dismissal day paid (PTO) as a replacement. As with all workweeks, if someone chooses to spend TDF, they are usually not eligible for the maximum additional time, ”said Shell spokesman Curtis Smith.
Among the workers had also been said to no longer bid the president. Smith said the memorandum given to workers has become more varied than the corporate memo and no longer consists of protest language.
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