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  • Staff shortage forces restaurants to pay better
  • Staff shortage forces restaurants to pay better
    Rene Asmussen (2019) ©
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Staff shortage forces restaurants to pay better

With restaurants reopening and people booking far in advance, eateries across America are suffering from the same problem: not enough staff. A workforce that pre-pandemic was considered disposable finds itself in a position of power, with employers offering better bonuses and packages.

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