Mostly, I was never going to see a raise ever again. They put us in a pay freeze and we didn't know if it was ever going to come off. None of us were getting paid what we were worth.
Our higher ups seemed to be going off the deep end, too. I don't think they'd ever actually worked in a store before. They had all these expectations that were unreasonable.
Also, I was a shift supervisor, and I lost insurance due to my insurance not being enough to meet ACA standards. Which sucked. I happened to get sick right after I lost it. Funny, huh?
But the best part is, when they closed our store, they gave us 0 notice. We were told our last day of operation that we were closing that day, and we'd have a day after that to pack up and clean up the store. We were lucky to catch wind the day before that this would happen... because a local pizza joint bought our dough machine.