Workers Going Home After 28 Straight Days Making PPE
You're going into work with a tall task ahead of you--making personal protective equipment for untold numbers of healthcare professionals.
And once you clock in, you won't clock out for 28 days.
That's right. Workers in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania have spent the last 28 days making PPE and now, according to KABC-Los Angeles, they are headed home.
More than 40 employees of Braskom America made the decision nearly a month ago to live at the facility for the subsequent four weeks making protective equipment for the nation's healthcare workers.
After almost a month of divvying up 12 hour shifts among them, the crew will now get a week off before returning for a normal work week.
Each of the 40 will receive a raise.