OSAE Member Asks: Where Have All the Restaurant Workers Gone?
This video examines the drought of employees in foodservice
Food industry workers are hard to come by lately. Restaurants in Columbus have shuttered, citing a lack of front- and back-of-house talent as a main reason — and Columbus is not alone.
OSAE Member John Barker, the president and CEO of the Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA), says restaurants statewide and even nationwide are experiencing an employment drought. Listen in to the latest episode of CU Live as we discuss the causes and solutions for a dwindling restaurant workforce.
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