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'The Great Resignation' takes its toll on businesses, including Nadine's in Yorktown Heights

Pamela Nadine-Schienle says the pandemic has changed how people think about work, causing people to change jobs.

News 12 Staff

Apr 3, 2022, 3:21 PM

Updated 836 days ago

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The great resignation is affecting businesses across the country. As employees leave their jobs, those businesses are struggling to keep things going. 
Owners of the Yorktown Heights restaurant Nadine’s blame the pandemic for their struggle to be properly staffed for the past two years. 
Pamela Nadine-Schienle says the pandemic has changed how people think about work, causing people to change jobs. 
“I think maybe people don’t want to work hands-on anymore,” says Nadine-Schienle. “They’re getting used to working at home.” 
There are a number of reasons why people are not returning to the workplace. People are worried about sitting too close to others. As some children continue to learn remotely, parents are worried about child care. Others are still hesitant to go back into the world.
The owners at Nadine's say until these issues are resolved, they don’t see anything changing. 


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