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Have you experienced any issues due to an employee shortage?
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820 Votes

Have you experienced any issues due to an employee shortage?

Yes (share your story)

12

I haven't had any issues.

5

Yes (share your story)

12 Comments
Christena
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Christena

places closing early or fully.

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Teresa Parsons
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Teresa Parsons

Cashier Wait lines way too long. Started doing all my shopping online.

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Katherine GoldenEagle
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Katherine GoldenEagle

I'm seeing stores not able to restock due to few employees, or close completely

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Jen Flowers
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Jen Flowers

Extremely long lines in businesses and often reduced hours due to lack of employees. Also, current employees are stressed, over worked and tired! This leads to incorrect orders and often they are rude because they're overwhelmed and in a hurry. It's all very sad and frustrating.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Yes the Demarcates socialist agenda is seriously Hurting this Country! Help wanted signs everywhere, trying to get help with most things is months off, even KFC has no food sometimes, the cook had not arrived. Try to get a plumber or a painter, months out!

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

Democrats are working with large on line sellers and corporations to destroy small business competitors. COVID lock downs, living rent free and government checks are destroying neighborhood businesses. How do politicians become millionaires?

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

Yes I have. Poor customer service with inexperienced employees.

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Lorrie Campbell
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Lorrie Campbell

Nobody wants to work.. All of our sites are struggling!

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Jonny Cortez
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Jonny Cortez

I work at brightwood in madras for starters so obviously the worker shortage has hit us badly! I have been working 11 hour shifts since the beginning of COVID and there seems to be no end in sight everyone is over worked and extremely tired to the point where people call in daily just to get rest

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Teresa Rodriguez
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Teresa Rodriguez

Restaurants closed early and different day, longer waits, lack of service, etc

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Patrick Willden
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Patrick Willden

I'm a manager for a gas station I should have about 8 to 10 employees and I have 1. People in this state do not understand how gas stations work but yet are so impatient, so pathetic, and demand to be served the second they pull in, it's getting out of hand! And this state NEEDS TO GO self-serve

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

The government need to stop giving money to people and get them back to work and the vaccine.mandate make people quit also

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I haven't had any issues.

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Clancy Prentice
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Clancy Prentice

All the businesses with employees shortages are just terrible companies to work for or don't pay enough.

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Bill More
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Bill More

If you pay a living wage you don't have problems, start at $30/hr

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Tarasem
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Tarasem

Nope, none at all. I am good and life is fine.

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David Dennis-Leigh
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David Dennis-Leigh

Employees don’t lose sleep over COVID or the ridiculous mandates

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Xane Olson
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Xane Olson

I don't pay well. But I treat them all like human beings, and have pretty good luck with employees.

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Do you use all your vacation time each year?
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153 Votes

Do you use all your vacation time each year?

Yes, I do!

0

No, I don't.

0

Yes, I do!

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No, I don't.

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Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?
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534 Votes

Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?

Yes, they should!

3

Absolutely not!

6

Yes, they should!

3 Comments
Larry Kennedy
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Larry Kennedy

Psychologically speaking teens lack the ability to consider consequences prior to making decisions and taking action. This isn't speculation, as there is scientific evidence that support this. Biologically the areas of the brain that are a part of decision making aren't fully developed until later.

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Jer W
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Jer W

If the belief is that adults convicted of violent crimes can be paroled because they won't re-offend, juveniles should also get that chance since they are more likely to change their life path than an adult.

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Lee Daggett
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Lee Daggett

Everybody makes mistakes especially kids

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Absolutely not!

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Kate brown must be impeached

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Brenda Gerardo Abbott
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Brenda Gerardo Abbott

I knew Barb, and to have her beaten by her son while conscious is beyond being eligible for parole . She was so nice and she loved him so much. I do believe some cases should be but not this one

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

NO we already have a horrible crime problem because the lunatic left is easy on criminals and hard on good citizens! The Dems do everything backwards, this country is in horrible shape and it IS DEFINITELY due the the Dems lack of any commonsense leadership!!

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

Do the crime, put in the time.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

Especially for murder!! Every kid knows the difference between RIGHT & WRONG, from a young age!! The "teens" in question knew what they were doing!!

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