Job seekers wield an incredible amount of power right now, and restaurants need to prove they have what it takes to keep people happy.
At an average cost of more than $6,000 to hire and train a new employee, it makes more sense to rehabilitate and turn around an employee who may have gotten off the right path, especially if they are more experienced members of the team.
The employee shortage has stretched on for the better part of a half-decade. In response, an increasing number of concepts have started augmenting their employee rosters with machines.
As much as no one wants to admit it, the restaurant industry has a unique tendency to chew people up and spit them out, all in a matter of a few months.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has already paralyzed our daily lives. As people are re-adjusting their lifestyle from buying daily essentials in-store to shopping online, businesses are also re-calibrating their processes to this changing consumer behavior. In the QSR industry, as more people choose to stay home, increase social distancing, carryout and request delivery, it means
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