The Christian Post: McDonald’s urged to warn employees about porn website exploiting their financial struggles

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The National Center for Sexual Exploitation is urging McDonald’s to warn its employees about how a pornography website is trying to recruit them as they suffer lower wages during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

NCOSE President Patrick Trueman sent a letter to the fast-food corporation’s CEO, Chris Kempczinski, to voice concern that “McDonald’s employees are being targeted for sexual exploitation during COVID-19.”

Trueman called on Kempczinski to ensure that company-wide messages are sent out to educate employees “about the harms that getting involved [in pornography] would entail, including (but not limited to) sexual harassment.”

“Unfortunately, we recently discovered that pornography websites are targeting workers who are financially affected during the coronavirus,” the letter explains. “In light of legal actions McDonald’s employees have recently taken towards corporate regarding sexual harassment, it is even more important and timely for you to respond to this targeting of your employees.”

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