Tré Goins-Phillips : Aug 23, 2021 Faithwire.com
Employers say the federal $300 weekly unemployment benefits are giving people a reason to decline work. -CBN News
[Faithwire.com] Once again, Chick-fil-A is closing some of its dining rooms. This time, though, it's not because of COVID-19. (Screengrab image)
The Atlanta-based restaurant chain is struggling to find enough employees in the wake of the lingering pandemic, Fox Business reported, a problem plaguing many companies across the country and one only made worse by the federal government's so-called "enhanced" unemployment benefits. At least two Chick-fil-A locations—in Madison and McCalla, Alabama—are shuttering their dining rooms over the staffing shortage. The Madison restaurant operator, Norman Dull, explained his location is "in the middle of a hiring crisis," adding, "We are doing everything we can to hire more team members." "We are seeing far less job applicants or people not showing up for their interviews," Dull wrote on Facebook. "The restaurant industry has suffered from a hiring perspective during the pandemic and, unfortunately, Chick-fil-A is not immune to this labor shortage"... Continue reading here. Click Here For More Information...