Restaurant operators are still planning to add jobs in the fourth quarter, although not at the same pace as they did earlier this year, according to the latest People Report Workforce Index. Economic uncertainty and shaky consumer confidence are reflected in restaurants' hiring plans, said Michael Harms, senior business analyst for People Report, the Dallas-based firm that tracks human resources metrics for more than 100 restaurant chains. “Employers are being cautious,” he said. ...

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