While A McDonald's Was Closed For Renovations, The Employees Still Got Paid

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Here's today's feel-good story:

When Tony Philiou announced that he was to close, remodel, and rebuild a brand-new McDonald's in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, his workers were obviously concerned.

60 years after flipping his first burger at that location, he now runs it and told all 90 of his employees that would not be able to work during the renovations, that they would still be paid.

“I have people here that make a living here and go from week-to-week pay,” he said. “How can I tolerate for them to not have a paycheck?”

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