labor

Workforce

Senior-living operator hires local high school students as dining room servers

Tel Hai Retirement Community in Honey Brook, Pa., partnered with a nearby school to fill the labor gap.

Operations

High school nutrition team hires students to combat staffing challenges

Fifteen students at Wayzata High School are working in the cafeteria for class credit and close to $17 an hour.

Panera Bread is testing software from Miso Robotics to monitor the coffee station so workers don’t have to.

Operators are preparing to air pay ranges in their job ads, starting May 15.

Nearly 3 in 4 say their next job didn't live up to expectations, and close to half indicate they'll try to get their old jobs back.

Metz workers were given treats and gifts to celebrate the day.

Jason Wallin of senior-living community Salmon at Medway shares how his operation is making the most of local connections.

The agency is purchasing 10 robots to help reduce food waste and support staffing at dining facilities.

The students work a four-hour shift after attending class.

The state is broadening a program that aims to make child care accessible by dividing the cost between employees, employers and the state.

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