NYC Restaurants Face Worker Shortage Despite High Unemployment

As COVID-19 restrictions loosen, restaurant owners face worker shortage Big Apple restaurants can only serve half their pre-pandemic indoor capacity — and yet they still don’t have enough help to make it work. Eateries are getting crushed by a shortage of workers both in kitchens and on the floor despite sky high unemployment and a growing vaccination effort. It’s part of the national hiring crisis in many industries, which The Post’s Lisa Fickenscher reported this week.“It’s  as bad as I’ve ever seen in my 17 years in New York,” said Bernard Collin, a partner in the …

READ  IRS begins correcting tax returns for unemployment compensation income exclusion; periodic payments to be made May through summer
READ  Roaring Twenties: Stocks Hit Another Record Despite Trouble Brewing in the Labor Market... East Bay Houses Are Selling For More Than $1M Over Asking Price


Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.