Despite the economic downturn, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has maintained a growth pattern throughout the past year, opening about one restaurant per month since May. For the 80-unit quick-service chain that has meant the hiring of about 50 to 60 new employees, both hourly and salaried staff, per unit. The company’s support centers in Baton Rouge, La., where the company is based, and an additional site in Dallas, are both fully staffed and holding steady — though layoffs have been ...
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