Restaurants across the country have started to serve people again after closing them down due to the pandemic. And now, there is a new problem. Many businesses are facing the issues of staffing to meet consumers’ needs. They are struggling to hire enough workers. Due to such issues, two Chick-fil-A, located at McCalla and Madison in Alabama, have closed their dining rooms, informed through their respective Facebook pages. Both posts are describing a similar situation in which they show incapability to serve their customers due to a lack of workers.
Reporting at their Social Media Handles
Madison Chick-fil-A posts a thank you to their customers for their overwhelming support and report about the hiring crisis. As per the post by Madison Chick-fil-A, they require much more job applicants than they are receiving. And it is something worse than many applicants even did not show interest to appear for their interviews. And unfortunately, the restaurant has to temporarily close its dining services, closing down its mobile curbside option to place orders along with its mobile carryout option.
It was necessary to decrease the level of stress on the existing staff and provide you with the best experience that you expect from the Chick-fil-A experience you expect with limited venues. They posted that they have some of the best members working in our team who work hard on a daily basis, but they are overextended as the restaurant is getting full super from the consumers, thus, have grown tremendously, but it is demanding the staff added to the roster.
McCalla Chick-fil-A Post
As per the McCalla Chick-fil-A post, facing a similar situation, they are preparing for the next season that can be overflooded due to returning students. But they could not schedule enough workers to serve consumers with the high in demand services that they deserve.
Their posts conclude the restaurant hopes of normal services soon.