A SIGN posted by exhausted restaurant workers claiming that “no one wants to work any more” has gone viral.
The message was posted to the drive-through booth at a Sonic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
"We are short-staffed," the sign read.
"Please be patient with the staff that did show up. No one wants to work anymore."
It is not known why the workers wre nto coming to work.
A picture of the sign was postd by local journalist Patrick Hayes, sparking controversy as some claimed it was the workers fault while others claimed it was because they could get higher wages in largers chains.
"A local mom & pop diner recently was on the news because they're closing," one Twitter user claimed.
"The reason, 'no one wants to work anymore.' Well, Amazon is offering $15 an hour and Target is offering at least $12 an hour. I'm sure the mom & pop was only offering $5 and making servers rely on tips."
Another argued that it's because the restaurant "can’t find good workers."
"We have it here in Michigan. Restaurants closed with similar signs. Staff won’t work. No one shows up to work," they wrote.
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The same sign was recently seen outside a McDonald's branch.
Other restaurant chains in the city have also voiced concern about being able find employees amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Business leaders and owners have claimed that added unemployment benefits and a lack of work search requirements are leading to low job application rates, the Albuquerque Journal reports.