Companies piling on incentives to attract seasonal workers
Restaurants and retailers across the U.S. are tossing out perks such as $1,000 hiring bonuses to fill their workforce holes before the holiday rush.
By Leslie Patton and Hema Parmar|November 16, 2018 at 10:56 AM
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The labor crunch is only going to get worse as Thanksgiving and Christmas loom, and restaurants and retailers across the U.S. are tossing out perks to fill their workforce holes before the holiday rush.
In the Washington D.C. area, cooks at Clyde’s Restaurant Group eateries can now clock out, grab a seat at the bar and get a 25-percent discount on oysters and wine. The company added the perk this year to draw and retain staff.
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