PLANO Texas —For Raising Cane’s, a media blitz to fill 27 jobs when the quick-service chain relocated its headquarters from Baton Rouge, La., to the Dallas area resulted in a deluge of 10,000 applications. “It’s been unbelievable,” said Sean Self, president of Self Opportunity, the Dallas-based recruiting firm that the chain, which specializes in chicken fingers, hired to help process applications. “The quality [of applicants] is ...
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