Fast Food Joint Staff “Terminated” Shortly After Four Day Strike

Remember when unions organized nation wide strikes at fast food joints in America? Snarf’s employees participated in that and closed the restaurant for four days. They received this email right before Christmas:

1. Due to increased competition and losses, ownership has decided to consider remodeling and reconcepting the store at 600 West Chicago Ave.

2. The store is closing, effective tomorrow, December 23, 2013 for an unknown period of time for this remodeling and reconcepting.

3. All staff is terminated, effective Monday, December 23, 2013.

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4. All staff may apply for unemployment, if eligible.

5. Return any keys and Company property to Will Ravert at 600 West Chicago Avenue on Monday, December 23, 2014 during normal business hours.

6. Payroll will be processed as usual this week and paid on Friday, December 27, 2013.

7. Keep an eye out for the grand opening of the new store.

8. Ownership appreciates your service and wish you well in your new endeavors.

Doug Besant
Director of Operations

Now before you get all up in arms about being fired for striking, there’s no evidence this is the case. And if they did, they’re just following the President’s lead:

“I’m gonna shut down the whole plant, til I get something. YOU’D GET FIRED.”

Hat Tip: The Blaze

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