[LIVE WEBINAR] Combating rising operating costs in a tight labor market

[LIVE WEBINAR] Combating rising operating costs in a tight labor market

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With unemployment hovering around 4 percent, labor costs up and recent Technomic research indicating a rise of 50 to 100 percent in those costs over the next five to seven years, it's more clear than ever that restaurant brands that fail in their recruitment and retention efforts stand to pay dearly. 

Learning from those whose business is focused on hiring and retention is a must in this environment, and that holds particularly true when getting the information requires only the investment of about an hour of your time. That's the case for the upcoming free webinar on combating rising operating costs in a tight labor market on Tuesday, June 19, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time. 

In this session, participants will get up-to-the-second information on the state of the challenges in the current restaurant hiring setting, including higher turnover rates, a more competitive labor market overall and the increasingly critical need to pay more and offer better benefits just to stay relevant. All this within a restaurant industry where consumers demand more than ever in food quality and guest experience, putting an even bigger emphasis on the need for topnotch training at any brand where leadership wants to remain viable.  

Through the help of HotSchedules Principal Sales Engineer Steve Williams, participants in this webinar will learn from an organized and in-depth discussion of how a labor management platform can help cut labor costs and boost your brand's reputation as the employer everybody wants to work for. And all you need to do for this, is sign up here and make a note to be there on June 19. 

Topics: Business Strategy and Profitability, Human Resources, Staffing & Training, Workforce Management

Companies: HotSchedules

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