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Fast Food Workers ALL Quit At The Same Time And Leave Savage Note For Bosses





Ever heard of an entire team of employees quitting their jobs at the same time? That’s exactly what happened at an Ohio-based fast food restaurant and their story went viral on the internet.

According to reports, several Sonic America’s Drive-In stores have undergone management changes recently. From the looks of it, their staff members over at Circleville, Ohio weren’t exactly thrilled about it – and they showed their dismay in a big way.

In an official statement, the company said:

“We recognize that changes like this can be difficult for employees to understand, but are pleased that most current employees will have the opportunity to continue working at the drive-in.”

This, however, wasn’t the case over at Circleville as customers experienced firsthand seeing a note that said there weren’t any crew members present to serve their orders.

Twitter netizen Eric Blanc spotted the said letter expressing the team’s collective anger. He shared the message online with this caption:

“The entire workforce at the Sonic in Circleville, Ohio just quit en masse to protest their new management… Check out the lovely note the (workers) left.”

Check out the letter here:

The tweet gained numerous comments from netizens and many are actually agreeing with the staff’s decision.

One Sonic worker named [standusermuse] shared:

“I currently work at Sonic, I can tell you that the management now is trash, and our “minimum wage” is even worse.”

Meanwhile, Joe Todaro also wrote:

“Oh for crying out loud, it takes months if not years and thousands of dollars to organize and join a union. They did the right thing by just leaving they can go work at another restaurant.”

An entire team of workers quitting together is definitely not something we see everyday. As if that wasn’t enough, a Scioto Post report likewise tell us workers over at Sonic Lancaster and Grove City did the same thing. So yeah, it’s easy to say this was entirely the new management’s fault.

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