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A Subway franchisee helps explain the challenge in finding workers, and the impact it is having on their business, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Two-thirds of the chain's restaurants can't find enough workers to stay open all night, hurting its sales recovery in the process.
The operators say graveyard sales barely cover the staffing cost. It's the latest indication of a shortage of workers hurting operations.
Industrial Workers of the World are repeating the organization approach that was successful with Burgerville.
The casual-dining operator says that labor is its biggest challenge, and it's already feeling pressure on profit margins.
The casual chain says business is rebounding faster than it can hire employees to handle the workload.
New products promise to cast a wider net or find better candidates faster with the help of artificial intelligence.
A rise in vehicle thefts plus growing demand for delivery has created a dangerous situation, and drivers say they have few places to turn for help.
The company will require its 39,000 locations to follow a new set of brand standards for a “respectful and inclusive workplace.”
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.
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