Why Would A Great Employee Want To Work At Your Restaurant?
For years restaurants have had to deal with a very tight labor market. Since the coronavirus outbreak, the labor situation has changed. In most markets now, there are many more people actively looking for work.
So now the recruiting and hiring challenge to some degree has shifted from “finding and attracting virtually anyone looking for a job” to being much more selective and focused on attracting only the highest quality people.
But, why would the best people want to work at your restaurant? If you don’t have an answer to that question, how can you expect anyone to get excited about joining your team? Many RestaurantOnwer.com members have found that a simple, easy to implement tool can help them answer that question and attract the best potential team members.
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