‘WE ALL QUIT’: Native Burger King signal goes viral – KLKN-TV

"WE ALL QUIT" Local Burger King sign goes viral

2021-07-13 16:30:10

The Burger King signal close to 59th and Havelock is creating some buzz.
Courtesy of Rachael Flores


LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A photograph has gone viral on social media of a neighborhood Burger King register Lincoln.

The signal outdoors of the restaurant close to 59th and Havelock learn “WE ALL QUIT,” AND “SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.” The letters have been taken down on Saturday.

Channel 8 spoke with two former workers who stated administration is the explanation why folks give up.

“They wished to place up an indication to say, you already know sorry there’s actually not going to be anybody right here,” former basic supervisor Rachael Flores stated. “Simply form of fun to higher administration. “That acquired put up yesterday earlier than we opened, and I didn’t suppose anyone was going to note it, as a result of we did only one signal, after which it went fairly loopy on Fb. I acquired a name from my higher administration they usually advised me I wanted to take it down.”

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Flores had put in her two weeks, after which eight of her coworkers adopted. She served as a basic supervisor since January.

“They’ve gone by so many district managers since I’ve been GM,” she stated. “Nobody has come to the shop to assist me out. They’re so out and in.”

Flores stated the Burger King had workers working within the kitchen with no air-con for weeks. At one level, the kitchen reached over 90 levels. Flores ended up within the hospital for dehydration. She stated her boss reacted, saying she was being a “child.”

“I simply stayed to assist Rachael out,” former worker Kylee Johnson stated. “She’s my finest pal. She’s been with me by lots. I simply need to assist her as a lot as I can. I knew what was occurring staffing sensible. We have been simply ready for extra folks to come back then and we acquired no person.”

The 2 stated the kitchen was understaffed, and would usually have three to 4 folks working throughout lunch time. Flores stated she labored 50 to 60 hours per week. Flores and Johnson stated it wasn’t protected to have that small of workers.

The previous workers stated higher administration was unaware the employees have been going to place the join. Employees had been joking about placing the message the day earlier than, after which adopted by the subsequent day.

Flores’ boss advised her handy in her keys and that she was fired.

The Havelock location is open, however Flores and Johnson stated it’s nonetheless understaffed and new workers are leaving days after simply beginning shifts. They imagine different places could have comparable experiences.


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