Raising Cane’s Sending Corporate Employees to Work in Restaurants as Fry Cooks and Cashiers Due to Labor Shortage

Raising Cane’s is sending hundreds of corporate-level employees to work in the company’s fast-food restaurants as the U.S. struggles with a shortage of workers for hourly jobs.

According to Bloomberg, nearly half of Raising Cane’s corporate employees will help with recruiting at various chain restaurants and fill in as fry cooks and cashiers.

The company, which has over 500 restaurant locations across the country, is looking to hire 10,000 employees in the upcoming 50 days.

The company claims it’s enlisted 200 staffers from its Dallas office and 250 people from its “field team,” which includes marketing and training employees, to work gigs at various locations. Even senior-level executives were included among the employees sent to restaurants.

“It’s no secret that today’s hiring market is a challenge, and ahead of our massive growth next year, having the support we need is critical,” co-CEO AJ Kumaran said in a statement. “We are all in this together.”

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