Labor and Employment Studies Professor John Logan interviewed on NPR about dangers facing grocery workers

Professor John Logan discussed the increasing stress on grocery workers as thousands test positive for COVID-19 and what needs to change to reduce risks in their workplaces.

“When an employee falls sick or when a number of employees fall sick at a particular store or even when an employee dies, there's no requirements coming from the national level to say that they must immediately investigate and announce this and make it known to other employees and make it known to the public," Logan said. "They were viewed as utterly disposable before... now we know that they're actually keeping, you know, tens of millions of Americans alive."

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