At Wells Fargo call center, employees fear for their health

The William Barnhart Center in Hillsboro, which houses a Wells Fargo call center. Employees at the company's call centers say they are worried about the risk of reporting for work alongside hundreds of other employees in close quarters amid an outbreak of COVID-19.

Gov. Kate Brown's March 23 stay-home order carved out exemptions for several industries, including the financial sector. Still, those exemptions have put employees at odds with their employers.

Wells Fargo employees at the company's three bustling call centers in Washington County and Portland say the company hasn't allowed the bulk of its employees to work from home, because they're considered essential.