The pandemic hit the foodservice industry hard; many servers, bartenders and other roles in the front of the house were laid off, furloughed during the bans on indoor dining.
Were you one of the many that lost their job during the pandemic and have made the decision to change careers? We're interested in your story as we're looking to create a series on Jobcase that features our members stories during the pandemic, how they managed through it and what they're striving for today.
Yum Brands announced KFC locations across the US are looking to hire 20,000 permanent employees.
The fast food chain is looking to fill part-time and full-time roles at all levels, from hourly workers , such as:
That's the latest recruiting plan for Chipotle as the fast casual mexican chain tries to hire more than 20K employees before the start of the summer. Not only will you have the potential to become a General Manager of one of their restaurants making over $100K a year but your starting salary will be at least $15 working at their restaurants.
Does the clear career path to management make a difference in your consideration for joining a chain like Chipotle?
A few Philly restaurants are hiking their minimum wage to $15/hour, even though the rest of the city and state are not. Some folks say it's the difference between a job and career. What do you think the minimum wage should be?
McDonald's is an amazing #firstjob option for those looking to find work in the food services industry! #McDonald's is proud to invest in educational programs that help workers finish high school and earn college degrees. See how starting a career McDonald's can open doors to educational and career opportunities!