Consumers wouldn’t feel comfortable coming into our store if it looked like the inside of an operating theater.
“We ought to thank [supermarket employees] for their service, not blame them because market lines are long or inventory is low,” a Los Angeles Times article said.
It’s toward an unfair system that will never change if we workers don’t question the motivations behind such mythmaking.
Maybe they don’t work for a company with fair sick-leave practices or insurance qualifications.
And I beg of you, don’t call my co-workers heroes as you wait for them to bag your carrot-cake muffins and face serum.

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