The homeowners of the brewery say the well being and security of their staff has all the time been a precedence.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — All the workers on the Columbus Platform Beer Co. taproom say they’ve give up, in keeping with an indication posted on the brewery’s retailer in Columbus on North sixth Avenue.
A letter left by one of many staff, and shared on social media, addressed to Justin Carson, the co-owner of Platform, stated the workers have give up attributable to a number of causes, together with COVID-19 issues, being overworked, lack of appreciation and no hazard pay regardless of claiming the corporate has “shattered” monetary targets.
The letter says three staff from the taproom had been identified with COVID-19 within the final six months with publicity to a minimum of yet one more identified case. One of many COVID-positive staff was a kitchen member.
Platform Brewery’s co-owners Carson and Paul Benner launched an announcement on social media Saturday evening saying, partially, that their “precedence has been the well being and security of our staff and our company.”
“We’re dedicated to creating positive all of our staff know that their suggestions can be heard anytime and anyplace. Beginning on Monday, we can be scheduling small group conversations with all staff, throughout all places as an open discussion board to ask questions so we are able to handle any points instantly.”
As well as, the letter from staff claims the enterprise has uncontrollable black mould the place its meals is saved and breaches the wall to the principle cooler and attaches itself to the beer cans.
The Columbus taproom was closed Saturday evening.