DALLAS The second-quarter Workforce Index results for casual-dining companies mirrors what has been emerging as a theme for the segment in recent months. Some have said that "flat is the new growth for the industry" and holding steady in turbulent times is the name of the game. In terms of staffing levels, just 24 percent of companies increased their management staffing, with the bulk of companies holding management levels steady. However, on the hourly level, twice as many companies ...
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