Bojangles gives workers 2 days off by closing restaurants nationwide: 'Rest and refreshment'
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Fans of Bojangles won’t be able to get their hands on the chain’s famous fried chicken or biscuits at any of its company-owned stores on Monday, Aug. 30 and Sept. 13.
According to a press release, the fast food restaurant has made a bold decision to close 276 company-owned restaurants on those two dates as a way to give its workers a "well-deserved break."
The North Carolina-based company has hundreds of locations sprinkled throughout 14 states in the southeastern United States and reportedly employs 8,000 in-store crew members.
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A spokesperson for the brand confirmed to FOX Business that the temporary restaurant closures are being done to support the "physical and mental well-being" of employees.