Staffing challenges have forced many restaurants, retail stores, and hotels to limit hours or close entirely from a lack of workers. Keeping teams in place has become just as important to profitability as hiring them in the first place, and employers have scrambled to add perks and benefits to retain staff.
As America emerges from pandemic restrictions, customers are returning but staffing is not rebounding at a comparable pace. As the industry becomes more competitive, technology adoption separates the winning restaurants with those still struggling with staffing challenges because they are burdened by the inefficiencies of the past.
Addressing under-performing employees properly can be challenging and risky for companies. There are many pitfalls that can quickly escalate into legal issues if not handled appropriately.
Learn why Diversity, Equality, & Inclusion initiatives are important for your company. Tawra Lundy in Fourth’s Human Resource & Payroll Services will share how to start incorporating DE&I initiatives.
Predictive Scheduling laws are spreading to new states -requiring employers to post schedules for their employees in advance. While these laws vary by state and locality, the workforce management mandates are certainly taking off.