This 31 March 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
An Albert Heijn branch in Leiden is under attack on social media after it posted an edited photo on Facebook. The photo shows that AH staff on the sidewalk are given a heart with the text ‘supermarket shelf fillers, we can not do without you’. But the original photo also had the text ‘minimum wage 14 euros’, which was removed in the version of the AH branch.
Albert Heijn has now removed the photo. “The photo was indeed edited”, said a spokesman. “The store is happy with all the statements of support. But removing part of the text was not convenient, the store now sees that.”
The chalk on the doorstep was an action by the FNV trade union, which wants a national minimum wage of 14 euros. Ruben Bres, one of the sidewalk warriors, told the local radio station Sleutelstad FM that these are hard times for the staff and that they are now extra appreciated.
This tweet says, translated:
So-called pride and gratitude for your workers, but photoshopping the text “minimum wage 14 euros” away? See picture.
Do you not even give your staff on the frontline of the fight against the corona crisis a decent income of 14 euros per hour?