Fast Food Restaurant Owners Are Trying Crazy Stuff to Attract Workers. Here’s What’s Actually Working.
Jason Day’s restaurants were packed. But back in April, he saw trouble coming.
FSR Magazine 8/24
The past year has been rough for everyone. However, the restaurant industry has been expected to weather the struggles of COVID-19 while also continuing to provide essential food delivery services. Needless to say, the sector has been hit hard.
Food Industry Policy
QSR Magazine 8/24
A “dangerous trend” has cropped up for restaurants at this latest COVID-19 turn, the National Restaurant Association stressed to members of Congress Tuesday. Based on recent survey data from the Association, 19 percent of adults said they’ve stopped going out to restaurants and 9 percent cancelled existing plans amid the rise of the Delta variant.
The Tribune 8/24
What is the future of parklets in Paso Robles? The Paso Robles City Council voted 3-1 on Aug. 17 to extend its discussion on the downtown parklet program to its next meeting Sept. 7.
On the Side
Nation’s Restaurant News 8/24
McDonald’s Corp. continues to centralize its marketing, data and digital initiatives with the promotion of several executives and the hiring of a Petco executive to lead domestic marketing, the company said Tuesday.
Modern Restaurant Management 8/24
The way that the COVID-19 pandemic shook up the restaurant industry made consumer habits and preferences change significantly. In fact, according to a report from The National Restaurant Association, 52 percent of adults said purchasing takeout or delivery is “essential” to their lifestyle.