A restaurant in Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia has had to close after nine years, thanks in part to the work ethics of the younger generation.
Kim Stacey, who owns the now defunct Emma’s Eatery, announced the surprise closure via her restaurant’s Facebook page:
She cites the work ethics of the Millennial generation (a term that she claims she never knew existed!) as one of the reasons why she couldn’t continue with her business.
She said it’s hard to get the new generation to put down their phones and focus on the task at hand. She also expressed her frustration with young workers who expect their employer to accommodate their personal lives.
Have you experienced a similar problem in your place of work? How bad are these young employees?
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