Texas Chick-fil-A owner Jeff Glover paid workers thru shut-down, no one laid off

It's not just cows that are happy at Chick-fil-A. Some employees are pretty tickled, too. An Austin, Texas Chick-fil-A owner Jeff Glover paid workers thru a shut-down for renovations, reported Business Insider August 13. No one was laid off during the 5-month restaurant closure. In fact, Glover surprised employees with a raise for sticking with his business through its growing pains. This reversal is somewhat unprecedented in the workforce. Typically it's layoffs with no payoffs during company shut-downs, not paid and unlaid off. This change-up shocked and pleased workers who were expecting to be given marching orders during the company closure.   Texas Chick-fil-A owner Jeff Glover paid workers thru shut-down, no one laid off - Grand Rapids News | Examiner.com

Oreo cookies to get healthier? Cookie recipe changes to cut costs?

How do you spell a delicious cookie? If it's O-R-E-O, look out. You might be in for a change of taste. Because cookie-makers may change up the recipe so Oreo cookies to get healthier make-over. Or they may tweak the recipe to cut costs. Either way, big "shake-ups" are planned at Oreo central said the Associated Press August 6.  Oreo cookies to get healthier? Cookie recipe change to cut costs? - Grand Rapids News | Examiner.com

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