Boston Magazine, The New York Times, Jobs discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
The tough treatment schools intrusion science and policy i corby and a new specialist on toy. So we're here. We'll find out so. Keep you in suspense on the toilet training thing for a couple of minutes. Because there's this great piece in near at times about we've talked for ages about the labor shortage in restaurants and it does seem corby by reading this piece that you pay people more you give them health benefits. Don't make them work eighty hours a week. You have them actually give vacations and guess what you can hire more people to work in restaurants is. That's the bottom line here So first of all. Let's plug jane black. The former longtime food editor boston magazine. A wonderful writer and did this piece in the new york times about building back better when it comes to restaurant jobs and she stole my idea which i'm going to rework in my aspen program but did of many good insights in this one of them is just as you said marcher. If you pay people more money you can get them to apply So when you know there's been enormous pushback on the idea. There's a job. There's a worker shortage. There's a worker shortage but more than that. There's a wage shortage if you offer people more money. They will apply for jobs. What's the main problem with that. For restaurant owners they already operate on extremely thin margins and as one incredibly inspirational woman named amanda cohen in new york city dirt candy. Her vegetarian celebrated restaurant what i had to run a better business..