North Carolina Chick-fil-A receives backlash after advertising volunteer for food opportunity

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A North Carolina Chick-fil-A received backlash on Tuesday for advertising a volunteer opportunity where drive-through workers would be paid with food instead of money.

The store in Hendersonville said in a Facebook post that was later deleted that workers would be paid with five entrees each shift instead of money, according to our partners at WLOS.

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The post received many negative comments, and the store manager clarified that the offer was meant for people who thought the job might be a good fit and was not intended to be a typical full or part-time employment.

WLOS reported that the Chick-fil-A store said in a new Facebook post that it had decided to stop the program.

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