Employer sent home an employee along with people who worked directly with that employee. When employees asked employer if the employee had COVID, they refused to tell us and said they had to respect the employees privacy. The employee has not returned to work since then (happened about 2 weeks ago). Employee was reached out to by a another employee and confirmed that he did in fact have COVID and he did in fact tell the dealership. Dealership refused to close up or disclose this information to any employee or customer as they were more worried with losing profits. In addition, COVID precautions were only recently strictly put into effect, coincidentally when our General Manager found out he was having another child. While we did have standard COVID precautions that we followed, we were never threatened with our job until then. Again, Confirmed COVID case at the dealership and employer never disclosed the information to any customer or employee as they tried to sweep it under the rug.
My contact information is false as I do not want my personal information to be disclosed to employer.