Lidl employees struggle following store closure announcement

A store-printed sign posted at the Charlottesville Lidl, which has been marked for closure following a corporate designation as “underperforming.”

Customers were warned against “offering condolences” to employees in order to protect workers’ mental health.

A sign of the times.

Charlottesville Lidl store-closing sign of the times

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  1. If the employees of Lidl are looking for work in the food service industry, it appears every grocery store in C’ville and nearby areas has “we are hiring” signs posted.


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