The Pacific Northwest fast-food chain, Burgerville, had to revise its employee dress code after several workers came in wearing buttons advocating for far-left policies. (Fox News)
Originally, the small Pacific Northwest burger chain did not have a written policy in place, which led to workers wearing “controversial” pins like “Abolish ICE” and “No one is illegal” while on shift.
“Some of our employees have been wearing buttons expressing their political views at work. While Burgerville had a long-standing verbal policy prohibiting the wearing of personal buttons, we did not have a written policy about this,” the company said in a statement to Fox News.
Now the fast food restaurant is creating a policy to keep its facilities “inclusive.”
“The company is adopting one that represents our long-standing commitment to creating a universally welcoming and inclusive environment for our customers and employees alike. We are instituting an updated uniform policy, and buttons and other messaging – both political and personal – will not be allowed. It is a policy that is common in public-facing businesses and is in alignment with our mission to Serve With Love,” the statement read.
The new rule goes into effect on Thursday.