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A Dunkin' coffee shop in Colorado is temporarily closing after the number of staff fell from 15 to 3 and it couldn't find anyone to replace them

A Dunkin' coffee shop in Colorado is temporarily closing after the number of staff fell from 15 to 3 and it couldn't find anyone to replace them

The franchisee hopes to reopen in the next one or two weeks.
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A Dunkin' branch in Colorado Springs has temporarily closed because it can't find enough workers.




"We're in a major labor crisis," said the CEO of a franchisee that manages seven Dunkin' stores.




The store, which would usually have 15 employees on the rota, had only three before it closed.




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A Dunkin' Donuts store in Colorado Springs has temporarily closed its doors because it is struggling to find workers amid the labor shortage, The Gazette reported. Alex Apodaca, chief operating officer at JB Partners, an Arizona-based franchisee that manages seven Dunkin' stores in the area, said: "We just can't get people to work." The west-side Dunkin' on Colorado Avenue has been operating for 55 years. The store would usually have 15 employees on its rota. But that fell to three just before the store closed, Apodaca said. "We're in a major labor crisis and that is the 100% reason why we're closed," he said. "No other reason."
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