Thursday, July 29

Hiring

discount stores, Dollar General, Dollar Store, grocery, Hiring, labor shortage, Retail, Workers

Dollar General plans to hire 50,000 workers in less than 2 months as the labor shortage intensifies and workers rage-quit for better-paying jobs

Dollar General has embarked on a hiring spree to recruit 50,000 workers within a few months. The discount chain is one of many retail businesses to be hard hit by the labor shortage. Some of its store workers have been rage-quitting jobs over working conditions and low pay. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Fast Food, Hiring, labor shortage, rage quitting, Restaurants, Retail, Workers

A California taco restaurant posted a sign blaming government handouts for slow service and a staff shortage

A California taco restaurant blamed a staff shortage and slow service on "state handouts." Some businesses are blaming workers and government handouts for the labor shortage. Others say the solution is simply to pay workers more. See more stories on Insider's business page. A taqueria in California posted a sign in its window blaming government handouts for a staff shortage, and asked customers to be patient with slow service. "Sadly, due to government and state handouts no one wants to work anymore. Therefore, we are short-staffed," the sign at Taco Loco restaurant in Folsom, California said, per CBS Sacramento."Please be patient ...
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I own 2 Hamptons hot spots that are busier than ever — but the worker shortage is crushing us

Zach Erdem is the owner of 75 Main and Blu Mar, two eateries in Southampton, New York. Since reopening in June, Erdem says he's struggled to find workers despite increasing the hourly pay. Here's what hiring has been like for him post-pandemic, as told to freelance writer Jenny Powers. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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How much Snap pays employees in the US in 2021

Snap, the company behind Snapchat, is hiring for hundreds of jobs in the US as the tech company expands into areas like augmented reality, short-form video, and original shows.The growth spurt comes as Snap reported during the first quarter its highest year-over-year revenue and daily active user growth rates in three years.Insider analyzed how much Snap pays for certain roles in the US.We combed through public data to get a picture of Snap's salary levels. The data, released by the US Department of Labor's Office of Foreign Labor Certification, shows how much Snap offered to pay employees who it wanted to hire in the US through work visas. Snap offered certain US staffers ...
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Coinbase gears up to hire hundreds of engineers in India, with a sweetener of $1,000 in crypto for new starters

Indian flag held by a woman NurPhoto Coinbase will recruit hundreds of "world-class" engineers for its new Indian tech hub, it said Friday. New starters will get $1,000 in digital currency, in hopes they'll use it to learn about crypto. The crypto exchange is also exploring acquisition of start-ups in India as part of the push. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Coinbase plans to hire hundreds of engineers and other staff for its tech hub in India, who will each be given $1,000 in cryptocurrency when they start, the crypto exchange company said in a blog post Friday. A "boom in cryptonative talent" prompted the recruitment spree, Pankaj Gupta, Coinbase's site lead in India wrote in the post. The Indian hub, announced in March, will house eng...
automation, Cracker Barrel, Dave & Busters, Economy, Hiring, Labor Market, labor shortage, Markets, McDonald's, payrolls, restaurant, Restaurant apps, restaurant chain, restaurant chains, Retail, Unemployment, US Labor Market, worker shortage

Restaurants are starting to hire robots instead of people who are demanding higher pay

Businesses are tired of waiting for workers and are increasingly turning to automation instead. The trend has swept through the restaurant industry as the labor shortage is hurting hiring. People have long feared automation destroying jobs, but it could also kick off a "virtuous circle" that helps the economy. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Wall Street’s biggest hiring trends: what insiders and recruiters are saying

Recruiters have been busy making hires in hot areas like healthcare-focused investment banking. Traders have also been on the move after a massive year of revenue hauls. From trading to investment banking, these are the biggest hiring trends on Wall Street. See more stories on Insider's business page. Insider has been tracking Wall Street hiring and talking with recruiters and insiders about the biggest trends.Top healthcare bankers are in high demand, with one recruiter describing search requests from clients as being "extremely, extremely active." Banks are racing to lateral hire more analysts. And credit are locking in guarant...
Contributor, contributor 2019, Entrepreneur, Gig, Gig economy, Hiring, In-house, Lyft, Nordic, Outsourcing, Strategy, Uber

3 things entrepreneur should consider before hiring in the current gig economy

Almost all industries are evolving or being affected in some way by the growing gig economy. Because of this, entrepreneurs should expect it to get easier and cheaper to outsource work functions. When hiring in-house, don't be in a rush and focus on expanding with employees that add value. See more stories on Insider's business page. The so-called "gig economy"is here to stay. It's not a temporary, limited phenomenon, and it neither started nor ends with ride sharing. Instead, it's a universal development of the job market that will eventually affect all industries. As such, entrepreneurs should consider what this development means...