To avoid hiking menu prices in the labor shortage, a Checkers franchisee is rolling out voice-recognition drive-thrus.
She told The NYT that $15 wages would attract more staff, but would make meals more expensive.
Shana Gonzales, who owns four restaurants, said technology was an "assistant" for staff, not a replacement.
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A fast-food franchisee says she's turning to automated drive-thrus to solve her labor shortage, rather than offering a $15 hourly wage to attract new staff.Shana Gonzales, a Checkers franchisee who owns four restaurants in the Atlanta area, told The New York Times that sh...