Watching submarine races
That's just not true. Plenty of Americans take those jobs.
Small restaurants, vying with chains for workers amid shortage, struggle to find staff and stay open
The staffing shortage is currently the most frustrating challenge facing Connecticut restaurateurs. As the ******** ********* wanes and eateries reopen, hiring enough staff to operate at full capacity is a problem industrywide. Small businesses are being squeezed hard, facing challenges not...
And restaurants are scrambling for workers even here in CT where our unemployment numbers are high.
They do not pay enough. If there is another spike, they really do not pay enough. Workers take that into their calculations.
There is no child care. Many of the old places have closed.
An estimated 784 childcare centers across Connecticut have opted to close their doors since the *********-19 outbreak struck, according to the state’s top childcare official, creating challenges as many employers ask their employees to work from home. The closures represent 56% of all licensed...
And kids under 12 cannot get vaccinated.
A lot of hospitality folk here got YKW and either have lasting damage or died.
Post ykw syndrome is not conducive to work.
Learn about the long-term effects of *********-19 on the lungs, brain and nervous system.
Waiting on tables is not easy if your feet hurt all the time, or you have to stay off them for fear of blood clots, or you have no energy.
And there are not enough desperate immigrants available who will take less money.
The easiest one of these 3 to fix is just let immigrants in and let them work.