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Seasonal hiring best practices
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Thanks to the influx of spending and time spent by consumers out of the house running errands and shopping during the holidays, restaurants face a busy season and a need for additional workers. With so many seasonal jobs available, your restaurant needs to do whatever it takes to stand out in the eyes of the applicants.
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