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Sherman A1

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September 29, 2021

Some Schnucks stores limiting hours due to staffing shortages

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - The hours at several Schnucks stores are being pared back, due in part to staffing shortages, the grocery chain said Monday.

Starting October 4, most stores in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin will be open from 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. However, several stores in the St. Louis area will keep the same hours:

Arsenal
Cross Keys
Dorsett
Hampton Village
Ladue Crossing
Lindell
Loughborough
Richmond Center
South City
Downtown St. Louis

The chain also announced that the deli, meat and seafood counters will be open 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. seven days a week.

Just like Dierbergs, Schnucks says their stores will be closed this year on Thanksgiving, Christmas and December 26.

https://www.kmov.com/news/some-schnucks-stores-limiting-hours-due-to-staffing-shortages/article_07e21bb0-1fd3-11ec-a955-933ea2555a38.html

Looks to be reaping the "benefits" of the questionable decisions made in the 1980s to move away from the career employee and support the theory of the disposable workforce. The "there's always someone else to take this job if you don't like it" mantra seems to have run out of warm bodies to do so. The Baby Boom generation who were the career cadre of employees have mostly retired, the Walmartization of the workforce lead to not only a missing generation following on into senior clerk and management positions but a general lack of hands and feet.



September 8, 2021

Cathedral of The Sea

Just finished this series. Really enjoyed it. It's a bit brutal in parts, but the 1300's were a bit brutal so it seems to be representative of the period.

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