McDonalds’ Employee Quits Job With A Note For Customers, Sparks Debate On Work Pressure

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have been left short-staffed and employees are feeling more work pressure than ever before. And while having a stable income is a blessing, but the urge to quit has always been there for several workers due to reasons like working overtime on weekends and office politics.

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Recently, a McDonald’s employee left a note on the fast-food chain’s drive-thru that reads: โ€œWe are closed because I am quitting and I hate this job.โ€ Check it out:

This led to a discussion on how this note was reflective of the pressures faced by employees, especially workers of the hospitality industry during the pandemic.

Some people shared their own similar experiences.

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Many supported the employee’s decision of quitting.

While some argued that the wage provided is not adequate, others were of the opinion that it cannot be compared to other careers and that automated machines could soon replace the workers if they decide not to continue.

What are your opinions on this debate? Tell us.

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