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A disgruntled Morrisons worker has laid naked the chaos the grocery store is allegedly experiencing with “staff starting to leave due to working conditions”.

The livid employees member claimed the grocery store had slashed hours of employees because it battles a monetary disaster over the festive interval.

Despite the worker’s claims, Morrisons insisted it was “not a picture we recognise at all” including its “wonderful colleagues” have been “doing a brilliant job helping” prospects.

Morrisons’ new boss Rami Baitiéh has beforehand advised employees that massive adjustments on the chain was wanted to ensure that it to clamp down on billions of kilos of debt with the intention to survive.

And in response to the unnamed employees member, the corporate has reduce her hours and never employed any Christmas temps. This has prompted chaos at outlets, together with the Newcastle department which noticed big queues outdoors the store.

She has even mentioned her hours have been reduce from 35 every week to only seven.

As a consequence she’s misplaced out on greater than £800 a month.

According to the MailOnline, she mentioned: “I was working 35 hours at Christmas week last year and cashing in around £1260 a month – but that’s been cut to 12 hours and I’m only earning around £400 now.

“Because everybody’s hours have been reduce, there’s barely anybody on the store flooring which is making it arduous for us to maintain up with demand.

“It’s the week before Christmas and it’s manic but we don’t have the numbers to make sure everything is stocked and we can serve people quickly.”

The worker added that “staff are starting to leave due to the working conditions”.

In a press release to, a Morrisons spokesperson mentioned: “This is just not a picture we recognise at all.

“We have employed 3,500 short-term employees this 12 months and invested hundreds of thousands in extra Christmas hours.

“Our shops are busy, bright, colourful and cheerful; full of wonderful colleagues who are doing a brilliant job helping our customers have great food at great value this Christmas.”