Tyson Suspends Plant Managers for Betting On COVID
Waterloo, Iowa (WorkersCompensation.com) – Tyson Foods has suspended managers and other officials at its facility in Waterloo, Iowa after allegations arose that the supervisors and managers were betting on how many employees would test positive for COVID-19.
Tyson President and CEO Dean Banks said in a statement that the supervisors and managers have been suspended pending an investigation.
“We are extremely upset about the accusations involving some of the leadership at our ...
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