Papa John CEO John Schnatter cutting worker hours and raising pizza prices as promised

Papa John CEO John Schnatter making good on his promise. Read the linked story and share your thoughts.

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  • sherri  On November 10, 2012 at 1:24 am

    That’s really too bad. I order Papa Johns once a week as a treat for my kids. I guess I’ll let him know that his decision to politicize his business will cost him a customer.

    • musesofamom  On November 10, 2012 at 1:42 am

      He has a right to his viewpoint and I have a right not to buy his pizzas. So we both will exercise our rights.

      • sherri  On November 10, 2012 at 1:05 pm

        Absolutely! His choice, my choice! 🙂

    • elogam  On November 12, 2012 at 7:01 pm

      Sherri, he’s not the only one making this decision. And it’s not political, it’s economic. I run a (very small) business, and many of my decisions are based on dealing with imposed government regulations. With the impending burden of Obamacare hundreds, I daresay thousands of business owners will be making changes to their workforce as a matter of staying afloat. The myth that a business owner is ROLLING in dough (pun intended) and can afford to lavish his employees with every perk they feel they deserve is just that: a myth. “a few cents” makes all the difference in the world at a grand scale. For example,I’ve been told the oil companies make about 12 cents/gal profit. Look how much they made last year on a few cents. Same goes for costs. Imagine if they were taxed an additional 16 cents/gal. That’s right, they’d be unprofitable. Same goes for pizza, and with a president who has no business experience, that fact is lost on him.

  • rs  On November 10, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    Obamacare is a huge tax and may hinder job creation. It is very concerning.

  • BRAD  On November 13, 2012 at 1:37 am

    No more Papa Johns at our house

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