Date: June 02, 2021
“In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Steven Kim, director of operations at the Island Sushi & Grill in the South Point Hotel Casino, complained that workers are no longer willing to take jobs at his restaurant because they are making money from enhanced unemployment benefits.
“‘How much do you pay?’ that’s one of the first questions out of their mouth,” he said. “When they opened the economy, they should have decreased the amount of unemployment.”
Given the terrible low wages restaurants are notorious for…people exploring working there need to know if it’s actually going to be likely profitable, for them to even show up and pull shifts…
…Of course, they would ask what the base line of pay is…Duh!…
If you cannot even be guaranteed enough income to cover gas and other expenses involved with holding down a job…how can you be expected to accept such a job?