The rise of Chipotle restaurants has created a new economic boon for many workers.
But it’s also made it harder for low-wage workers to make ends meet.
The company is under pressure to pay higher wages to attract and retain workers, while also improving its supply chain to keep pace with the fast-food chain’s expanding menu.
So far, Chipotle has responded to the pressure by increasing wages, but the company is only just beginning to address the ripple effects.
WSJ’s Josh Dawsey and Danica Lee discuss.
WSj’s Sam Stein reports.