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A shop in Nebraska US had no choice but to close down after their entire workforce walked out in protest over low pay and long shifts.
American discount store, Family Dollar, was left with no other option - the last two employees left a farewell note on its front door, reading: "We all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience."
A similar incident happened in a Burger King in the same city.
Instead of a note, the staff used the restaurant's huge advertising board to announce their departure.
Breanna Faeller is a former assistant manager of the Family Dollar store and told KOLN that the pay is low and shifts are too long.
The store used to be open from 9am to 9pm, but now the hours are 9am to 7pm because of staffing shortages.
Faeller says that as soon as new employees would come in, they would most likely leave immediately.
She said: "We got employees hired, they went through the onboarding process, they'd work for us for two days and they'd quit.
"They'd be done so it was just a never-ending cycle of training people and them quitting, and we wouldn't have anybody anymore."
As reported by Fox 5 News, she added: "'We couldn't keep any cashiers hired because they only made $10 an hour and it definitely wasn't worth the pay for everything we had to expect them to do.
"They are only supposed to work up to 20 hours a week and they were working 35-40."
The mother of two quit her job after she says she had to work 11-hour shifts, seven days a week.
She added: "I had no more stress wondering if I was going to be the only one working that day.
"I felt horrible at the same time, I had a lot of regular customers that I enjoyed talking to every day but I just couldn't do it anymore."
The Lincoln Dollar Tree store is now back open and released the following statement: "Our Lincoln neighborhood store is open for business.
"We are not able to comment on the employment actions or status of individuals."
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