Georgia restaurant forced to close after entire staff quits, posts sign on front door

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Entire staff left to work 7 days a week for ‘lack of appreciation’ and a month

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A burrito chain restaurant in Georgia was forced to close after its entire staff left, as they all worked seven days a week for the past month.

“Shop is closed. Full staff [h]Quit as do it for less pay [sic] lack of appreciation. We have worked 7 days a week for the past month and have hardly ever taken a break. We are so sorry and love you all! Old Barbs family, outside,” said a sign at the restaurant’s Macon location, which was posted Social media by local residents.

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A new sign has now been hanging over the restaurant since Thursday, WGXA reported, explaining the series’ new temporary hours, which are Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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“While we grieve when an employee leaves the Barbaritos family, we understand that the market has changed and thank them for their service,” said restaurant spokesman Rob Kramer. He said employees’ claims that they worked seven days straight “just isn’t true.”

Their statement said, “Due to COVID, labor shortages in small businesses across the country have affected many – if not all – small businesses. Unfortunately, one local restaurant equally laid off six of our employees.” kept on.”

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“The Downtown Macon location is currently only open for lunch this week, but we look forward to resuming normal business hours as of next week and welcome all of our guests with a farm-fresh, high-quality To do with the food that is made. – Home daily.”

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The story comes as other businesses struggle with staffing after the pandemic, including at a restaurant in a Central Wisconsin airport, The Blind Rooster Kitchen + Bar, which was recently forced to reduce its seating area. while a Dunkin’ Branch in Colorado Springs Forced to close temporarily after struggling to find workers.

Current fears are also brewing over staff shortages for firefighters, medical professionals and others following the recent vaccine mandate announced by President Biden, along with local vaccine mandates in various parts of the country.

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in nurses maternity ward A New York hospital resigned over a state vaccine order, for example, forcing the hospital to temporarily halt all child deliveries after September 24.


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