We stop ! The Age of the Great Resignation has begun – at a boiling Burger King branch

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Last name: Massive resignation.

Age: Not sure I like the question, I give up.

What? You have a contractual obligation to pass notes, come back! No, you’re fine, see you soon… OK, just kidding. The money might be crap, but the working conditions aren’t bad and I like the Pass Notes concert. I’ll stay… for now. It wasn’t like that at a Burger King branch in Lincoln, Nebraska, however.

Continue. Workers there said the franchise had been understaffed for months, putting in 60-hour weeks, without air conditioning, in the middle of the summer. Chief Executive Officer Rachel Flores said she was hospitalized with dehydration. A Burger King spokesperson told DailyMail.com…

… That Rachel is talking bullshit? No. That “the work experience described here is not in line with our brand values. Our franchisee is reviewing this situation to make sure it does not happen again in the future.

Anyway, what Flowers from? Delivered his opinion. And not just Flores.

Who else? Eight more at the branch. Also, they posted a message, under the large Burger King sign, that said, “We’ve all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience. »And of course it’s gone viral on social networks.

The management must have liked it. Flores said they told her to take it off.

What did she respond to? That she couldn’t, because they were understaffed!

Good game. That’s when they told him to go, even though it was a day before his last official day.

Mass resignation then, but in a hamburger bar in Nebraska. It’s not really a workers’ revolution, is it? Now, hold that thought. Since the pandemic, employees have left the workforce or changed jobs en masse.

Do you have any figures to back it up? A global survey by Microsoft of 30,000 workers found that 41% were considering leaving or changing their profession this year. Another study in the UK and Ireland showed that 38% planned to quit smoking. In the United States, more than four million people left their jobs in April alone. Some economists speak of a “Great Resignation”.

And is it because? Basically because of Covid. For some, it’s a resultant reassessment, or a shift in priorities – it’s time to do what you’ve always wanted to do. But for many, it’s simply because of the way they were treated by their employers during the pandemic.

Positive spinoffs? Several large employers in the United States – including fast food chains Chipotle and McDonald’s, as well as retailers Walmart and Costco – have raised their minimum wages.

Say: ” You know where you can push your work.

Do not say : [Silence]

Hello! Is anyone there? There is a notice period, you know, even for Pass notes. Do not say : [Echoing: don’t say, don’t say, don’t say …]


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