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Disappointing

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The Kitchen Restaurant Group told their Next Door employees on 16 March 2020 (WHO.svg+5 dayssrc) that the restaurant would be closing for two weeks with no pay for employees and reduced pay for managers. Soon after they announced changes to their "Family Fund" program, an employee funded financial support effort for employees in crisis. The system was taken offline during that time. When it was back online, employees reported having problems accessing any funds. On 23 March 2020 (WHO.svg+12 dayssrc) the company laid off approximately 100 employees who would no longer receive pay or access to the "Family Fund" program they had paid into.
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TC Energy

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TC Energy announced on 31 March 2020 (WHO.svg+20 dayssrc) that it was initiating construction on Keystone XL pipeline. The company has been accused of using the pandemic to advance a controversial project at a time when people will be too distracted to object.

National Rife Association

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The National Rifle Association sued California Governor and Los Angeles County Sheriff on 27 March 2020 (WHO.svg+16 dayssrc) for closure of gun stores. Organization was accused of trying to politicize the pandemic and promoting unsafe practices that could worsen the situation.

Liberty University

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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. reopened their campus in Virginia on 24 March 2020 (WHO.svg+13 dayssrc). The university has been accused of unnecessarily putting their students, faculty, and staff in danger during the pandemic. The state of Virginia implemented a stay-at-home order on 30 March 2020 (WHO.svg+19 dayssrc).

Amazon

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Amazon has been accused of firing an employee on 31 March 2020 (WHO.svg+20 dayssrc) for leading a worker protest demanding better protects during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company alleges they fired the employee for ignoring COVID-19 quarantine procedures. On 02 April 2020 memos leaked indicating the prior to firing the employee an Amazon executive referred to them as being "not smart or articulate".

The Kitchen Restaurant Group

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The Kitchen Restaurant Group told their Next Door employees on 16 March 2020 (WHO.svg+5 dayssrc) that the restaurant would be closing for two weeks with no pay for employees and reduced pay for managers. Soon after they announced changes to their "Family Fund" program, an employee funded financial support effort for employees in crisis. The system was taken offline during that time. When it was back online, employees reported having problems accessing any funds. On 23 March 2020 (WHO.svg+12 dayssrc) the company laid off approximately 100 employees who would no longer receive pay or access to the "Family Fund" program they had paid into.