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How restaurants can solve the labor dilemma

On this week’s episode of “A Deeper Dive,” TDn2K Chairwoman Joni Thomas Doolin talks about the industry’s biggest challenge.

This edition of "A Deeper Dive" is brought to you by PDQ POS.

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Restaurant companies have been dealing with one of the worst labor shortages in the industry’s modern history.

This week’s episode of the Restaurant Business podcast “A Deeper Dive” features Joni Thomas Doolin, chairwoman and founder of TDn2K and People Report, to discuss the impact of this shortage and how operators can fix those problems.

TDn2K is a leading insights and knowledge provider for the restaurant industry. Doolin is a top expert on the issue of labor and workforce inside of restaurants, and her insights on this topic are invaluable.

Joni Thomas Doolin

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She discusses how restaurants can succeed in this difficult labor environment and provides some strategies they can use to build employee loyalty. She also discusses the best strategies for building a strong workforce culture.

Please have a listen.

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