02 October 2012
Restaurants are heading toward their strongest year of job growth since 2004, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek article. When the economy improves and spending increases, hiring increases are low risk for restaurants, according to Kurt Salmon restaurant strategist Todd Hooper. “These are relatively low-risk hiring decisions,” he said. “You’re hiring people who know their hours are flexible; there’s a lot of natural turnover.”
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