YRCW Freight Call Center Could be COVID-19 Hot Spot

Teamster Local 120 says that the YRCW Freight call center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, which employs 160 Teamsters could be a COVID-19 hot spot, and YRCW management is doing “business as usual.”

After an employee tested positive for COVID-19, the work environment has not been sanitized, and employees were told to bring in their own cleaning supplies, according to Local 120’s statement

Sioux Falls is the location of the Smithfield Foods pork processing plant, which was forced to close after a major outbreak of COVID-19, affecting over 200 employees at the giant plant.

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