Sister of St. Joseph Writes Letter of Concern to Best Market CEO

Long Island faith leaders are reinvigorated one of our most powerful arguments for social justice, one deeply rooted in religious ideals. And they are doing this by rallying to support Best Market workers’ in their efforts to improve their workplaces!

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Sister Rosalie Carven

On July 20th, three delegations of faith leaders and worker advocates visited the Farmingdale, Coram and East Patchogue Best Market stores to deliver letters to management calling on them to become better employers and to respect their workers.

Below you will find a letter to the CEO of Best Market from Sister Rosalie Carven, a Sister of St. Joseph, sharing her experience at the Farmingdale store.

“But the cost of your doing business is falling on the backs of the employees you hire and/or rehired from the supermarkets you took over.”

 

BM Letter SOSJ

Read the full letter here: Letter to Best Market CEO from Sister Rosalie

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN VISIT: www.dobetterbestmarket.org

 

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