Shoppers, workers clash over post-pandemic expectations
Before the pandemic, consumers had gotten accustomed to instant gratification: packages and groceries delivered to their doorstep in less than an hour, stores that stayed open around the clock to serve their every need. But now workers, demanding better schedules, and sometimes even quitting their jobs altogether.
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