GRAPEVINE TEXAS —Facing a tightening labor market that is putting a critical strain on supervisory jobs, chain recruiters are developing new programs and tactics to lure management personnel to their restaurants. The national jobless rate was 4.5 percent in April, according to the U.S. Labor Department, and that leads to challenges for many restaurant companies in finding capable candidates for management positions. Some regions are experiencing even lower unemployment ...
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