Restaurateurs are finding ways to offer benefits and perks despite the unrelenting downturn, runaway unemployment and skyrocketing health care costs.While some operators say they have been forced to cut back on programs such as 401(k) and health care plans, they nevertheless are exploring other benefits like cost-effective wellness programs and deferred compensation programs, which remain crucial to recruiting and retention. “There are a lot more employees available now because ...
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