Chipotle Workers Quit ‘SWEATSHOP CONDITIONS’ By Leaving Epic Sign in Window – Eater National

Chipotle location in State College, Pennsylvania was forced to temporarily close today after workers walked off the job, announcing their departure with a provocative sign in the restaurant window. As reports, employees at the location near Penn State University announced the closure by writing: “Want to know why we are closed? Ask our corporate offices why their employees are forced to work in borderline sweatshop conditions.”

The note asserts that “almost the entire management and crew have resigned,” urging readers to Tweet “awareness” of the subpar working conditions. In an interview with Onward State, a former manager reveals more details surrounding the shutter: He claims that four managers have quit in the past two days, with one more employee submitting their resignation before the sign went up.

Chipotle Workers Quit By Leaving Epic Sign in Window – Temporary Shutters – Eater National.


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