Restaurant worker turnover and recruiting difficulties remain high in the first quarter of 2016, and the long-insulated casual-dining and fine-dining segments are beginning to see the strains, according to the People Report Workforce Index, which measures expected market pressures on restaurant employment. The first-quarter overall index rose to 76.4, from 71.4 in the fourth quarter, marking the seventh consecutive three-month period in which the reading was higher than 70. Turnover ...

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