Hendersonville: Chick-fil-A volunteer backlash

A Chick-fil-A in Hendersonville is getting backlash after a social media post from Tuesday called for Volunteer workers who would be paid with chicken and fries instead of money, according to CNN. The post, which has since been deleted, asked for volunteers for the new drive-thru express. It said the volunteers would be paid with five entrees per shift. The store manager told CNN the offer was meant for people who “think it’s a good fit for them” and was different from full- or part-time employment. A Chick-fil-A Spokesman in Atlanta told The Washington Post on Thursday that the Hendersonville store “decided to end this program.”

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A Chick-fil-A in Hendersonville is getting backlash after a social media post from Tuesday called for Volunteer workers who would be paid with chicken and fries instead of money, according to CNN.

The post, which has since been deleted, asked for volunteers for the new drive-thru express.

It said the volunteers would be paid with five entrees per shift.

The store manager told CNN the offer was meant for people who “think it’s a good fit for them” and was different from full- or part-time employment.

A Chick-fil-A Spokesman in Atlanta told The Washington Post on Thursday that the Hendersonville store “decided to end this program.”

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