Hospitality and Food Service Look to Hire at Scale and Keep Compliant with FCRA
Though 1 in 10 U.S. workers are employed in hospitality and food service, according to Deloitte, there are still 1.1 million unfilled industry positions. Moreover, restaurants and hotels face an average of 73% annual turnover, with an average cost to replace a restaurant worker at nearly $6,000.
On top of their own hiring needs, businesses must compete in a gig economy, where prospective employees have opportunities for fast and flexible work. Today, 36% of US candidates are part of the gig economy. All this means that hiring speed, accuracy, and compliance is more crucial than ever as businesses seek to hire at volume, scale with the seasons, and expand to compete with on-demand delivery services.
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