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A Trader Joe's employee says he was fired after he asked the company's CEO to enhance its COVID-19 protections

A Trader Joe's employee says he was fired after he asked the company's CEO to enhance its COVID-19 protections

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A New York man said he was fired by Trader Joe's after he requested the company make changes to better protect workers.




Ben Bonnema said on Twitter he was fired after sending a letter to the company's CEO.




In the termination letter he shared, the company said he did not share the grocery chain's "core Values."




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A New York City man said he was fired by Trader Joe's after he sent a letter to the company's CEO requesting the company make several changes he said would more thoroughly protect the grocery chain's employees from COVID-19. In a tweet Friday evening, Ben Bonnema said he was fired from the Trader Joe's location on New York City's Upper West Side after he sent a letter to Dan Bane, the CEO of Trader Joe's. Bonnema outlined changes he believed the company should implement to further protect staff from the airborne spread of the novel coronavirus.Bonnema did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment Saturday. Trader Joe's also did not immediately comment about Bonnema's employment or the company's response to his letter. In the letter, which Bonnema shared on Twitter, Bonnema asked for five changes in his Trader Joe's store, including enhancements to the store's HVAC system, an occupancy limit based on the level of CO2 in the store, more stringent face mask requirements for customers, and a three-strike policy for customers who refuse to follow COVID-19 protocol.
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