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How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage 

 

Every few weeks, it seems, a new photo goes viral on social media showing a sign in a restaurant window declaring: “This restaurant is closed because no one wants to work.” Restaurant owners have, for months now, been quoted in articles and TV news hits decrying the ongoing labor shortage, blaming the enhanced unemployment benefits enacted during the pandemic for disincentivizing returning to work.

But those benefits have expired in some states already — and some jobs data suggests ending them didn’t exactly lead to a wave of rehires.

How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage

Wages Are Going Up — And So Is Inflation. Consumer Prices Have Hit A 13-Year High

Restaurants’ Fragile Recovery Is Fizzling in the U.S.

Chick-fil-A Lawsuit Claims Raising Menu Prices on Delivery Orders Is Deceptive

Procter & Gamble to raise prices of more household goods

Here's why Zillow won't be buying any more homes to renovate and resell this year

Grocery store shoppers sound off on surging prices

Gas hits $7.59 a gallon in CA town

Tyson Foods plans further price hikes

Shoppers declare eggs a ‘luxury item’

Tags: $, Business, Court, Economy, Fast Food, Food, Gas, Home, Labor Shortage, Prices, Product, Protest, Real Estate, Restaurant, Service, Surge, Video

Filed under: Health/Food

11-Jan-2023


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