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Alex Hertel-Fernandez
From forthcoming analysis with Suresh Naidu, Adam Reich, and Patrick Youngblood: union membership and COVID-19 in the workplace. In May 2020 survey, unionized essential workers were more likely to receive/use PPE at work, receive paid leave, and get tested. More to come!
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Alex Hertel-Fernandez May 20
Replying to @awh
For further context: "Would Get Paid for Sick Leave" corresponds to strong agreement with "If I took the day off from work at my employer because I had a fever, I would still get some form of compensation."
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Alex Hertel-Fernandez May 20
Replying to @awh
"Employer Provides Any PPE" corresponds to employers providing any of the following items: masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, or soap and a place to wash hands.
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Alex Hertel-Fernandez May 20
Replying to @awh
"Strong Company Support for Workers" corresponds to strong agreement with "Has your employer provided you with information and support about how to keep you and others safe from COVID-19 while you are working?"
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Alex Hertel-Fernandez May 20
All of this underscores the importance of worker representation around health and safety in the workplace--something that have written terrific proposals about, e.g.:
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Alex Hertel-Fernandez May 20
Replying to @awh
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Mike Elk May 20
Replying to @awh @Ana_ExAFLCIO
I’d love to talk to you more about this
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Fernando Tormos-Aponte May 21
see this new analysis
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William Nagel May 20
Replying to @awh
This is interesting. Is there any existing COVID data broken down by specific occupation?
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