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Estaurants are opening up across the country, and as restrictions ease down, more and more diners are returning to their favorite eateries. The same, however, cannot be said for the employees. Restaurant workers have always been known to be among the lowest paid employees across industries. For so many of them, the unemployment stimulus checks – $600 a week – have been more than what they were earning at their jobs.
Therefore, it makes sense that a lot of them have refused to return to work. They want better wages – earnings that they can respectfully live off.
As this refusal to return to work has resulted in a historic restaurant staff shortage, employers are wondering how they can ensure to maintain reasonable staff strength at their businesses. In this video, we share 10 critical questions to gauge employee engagement and retention after the pandemic.
Watch this video to find out if your employees are happy with you, how likely they are to retain their employments with you, and what you can do to improve your working environment.