A fast food chain is bringing corporate employees to work in its restaurants

National fast food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has a new solution to the restaurant industry’s labor shortage — it’s asking corporate employees to work as fry cooks and cashiers.

National fast food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has a new solution to the restaurant industry’s labor shortage — it’s asking corporate employees to work as fry cooks and cashiers.

The privately-held Baton Rouge, La.-based company has a total of 750 corporate employees, 500 in its Dallas office. Of those, 250 will be going in the field as front-line employees. Another 250 who work as marketers and trainers will shift to restaurant and recruiting jobs.

The employees will be housed in hotels for one to two weeks at company expense. Other corporate employees will be working to recruit more workers or will work in one of the company’s more than 500 drive-throughs.

“It’s all hands on deck,” co-CEO and COO

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As Bobby Flay ends 3-decade Food Network reign, find out what its other cooking stars are doing now




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Bobby Flay Out at Food Network After 27 Years

After a 27 year run on Food Network, Bobby Flay is leaving the network. From hosting his first show Grillin’ & Chillin‘, to the iconic Beat Bobby Flay, the celebrity chef has hosted several shows on the food channel and made guest appearances on shows like Chopped, Iron Chef America, and Worst Cooks In America.

According to Variety, Flay is leaving the network over money. Food Network and Flay “were far apart on financial terms” during three years of contract negotiations. After an impasse, the network reportedly ended talks.

And while his time at Food Network is over, the nearly three decades he spent there allowed him to make his mark. In addition to his shows and guest appearances, he was the first chef to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2015. He is the author of multiple cookbooks

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