In-N-Out Imposes New Policy Banning Employees From Wearing Masks

7 months ago
In-N-Out Imposes New Policy , Banning Employees From Wearing Masks.
Employees at some In-N-Out stores will no longer be allowed
to wear masks, according to new company guidelines that , “emphasize the importance of customer service.”.
An email was sent to workers, stating that
employees who want to wear masks must have a , “valid medical note exempting
him or her from this requirement," CNN reports. .
The new policy will impact
employees in five states.
Those five states are Arizona, Colorado,
Nevada, Texas and Utah.
CNN reports that a majority of In-N-Out locations
are found in California, a state where the company
can't ban employees from wearing masks.
CNN reports that a majority of In-N-Out locations
are found in California, a state where the company
can't ban employees from wearing masks.
In California and Oregon, another state where the company
can't ban masks, In-N-Out said it would provide
N95 masks for any employee who wants them.
In California and Oregon, another state where the company
can't ban masks, In-N-Out said it would provide
N95 masks for any employee who wants them.
We are introducing new mask guidelines
that emphasizes the importance of
customer service and the ability to show
our associates’ smiles and other facial
features while considering the health
and well-being of all individuals. , In-N-Out memo, via CNN.
Our goal is to continue to provide safe
and customer-centric store and support
environments that balance two things
that In-N-Out is known for — exceptional
customer service and unmatched
standards for health, safety and quality, In-N-Out memo, via CNN.
The decision comes several months
after President Joe Biden officially ended the
national emergency put in place amid the COVID pandemic.
The decision comes several months
after President Joe Biden officially ended the
national emergency put in place amid the COVID pandemic.
CNN reports that while statewide mask mandates have
been lifted, health experts say that vulnerable
individuals may want to stay masked in public settings.
CNN reports that while statewide mask mandates have
been lifted, health experts say that vulnerable
individuals may want to stay masked in public settings

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