Glenn needs to fire 6 employees before the end of the day, and he decides to let the employees vote who they want to see terminated. Their voting method appears to be based on a majority rules system.
The employees almost start a debate on the merits of public healthcare in the US when Cheyenne almost goes into labor in the store. She would like to take time off for herself, but she feels she needs to keep working in order to save as much money as possible for when she has to take time off after the baby is born. In other countries, this decision isn’t usually necessary since maternity leave is provided by the government.