‘Lack of reasonable wages’: Qdoba in Wisconsin brings attention to pay, upper management

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WFRV) – A message posted in the window of a Qdoba location in Stevens Point has brought attention to upper management and a lack of reasonable wages.

The image was recently posted on Facebook in the Stevens Point Area: Happening Now page.

The sign reads:

Due to upper management and a lack of reasonable wages, Qdoba is currently closed

Stevens Point Qdoba

There are comments saying that some people visited Qdoba for lunch and dinner, but it was closed at 8 p.m. According to Qdoba’s Stevens Point location’s Facebook page, the hours are scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Recently, there has been an uptick in restaurants coming up with new ways to compensate workers, including a Wisconsin hospitality group that raised the minimum wage and eliminated tipping.

A restaurant in North Carolina added a 20% gratuity called a ‘Fair Wage Service Fee’ to every bill as they are now paying employees a fair wage.

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