FAMILY DOLLAR store closes after entire staff quits over low pay, long hours

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A Family Dollar store in Lincoln, Nebraska reopened Monday after being forced to temporarily close when the entire staff, fed up over poor pay, management and long hours, walked off the job

On Sunday, the store’s assistant manager, Breanna Faeller, and the store’s only cashier left a farewell note on the front door of the store that read: “We all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience.”

Faeller told FOX Business that they were the only two working at the store as of Sunday. Everyone else, including the store’s manager, had already quit, she said.

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Faeller said the problem started three to four months ago, when the store lost all of its cashiers and its other assistant manager due to alleged issues with the manager.

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