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How to Deal with Labor Shortage

Labor shortages are challenging for small business owners – especially restaurant owners who face daunting odds in the first few years of opening.

Restaurants across the U.S. are trying everything to recruit and retain employees, as a labor shortage impacts both back and front of house staff. Over 70% of full service restaurants are struggling to find talent

But there are ways that can you can do to get through the labor shortage.

From focusing on the people you have now to adding some flare to your current job listing, there are solutions to help you adapt to the evolving labor landscape.

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by Dana Krook

Dana is the former Content Marketing Manager at TouchBistro, sharing tips for and stories of restaurateurs turning their passion into success. She loves homemade hot sauce, deep fried pickles and finding excuses to consume real maple syrup.

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