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Restaurants get creative to attract and keep workers

In a super-tight labor market, operators big and small are increasing pay, offering more days off and trying other perks to staff up.


Restaurant job growth surged again in July

The industry added 253,200 jobs during the month as overall job growth accelerated while wages increase.

The company will provide general managers at company stores up to 12 weeks of paid leave for new parents while operators push to hire 5,000 workers.

The industry added 175,800 jobs in March and now employs more people than it has since the start of the pandemic.

The chicken chain is investing $19 million in employees’ continuing education this year.

Many operators are rethinking the way they manage support, repair and maintenance in their restaurants.

Sonic Drive-Ins has added a feature to its ordering app that will let customers tip their carhops for good service. The feature is available in 1,000 locations.

A bill approved yesterday also requires QSRs to follow the reverse order of seniority when making layoffs.

As many employees continue to work remotely, the traditional company cafeteria model is changing.

The coffee giant will tie executive pay to diversity targets and says that 30% of its corporate staff at all levels will come from diverse groups.

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