Restaurant Owner Who Spends Thousands Taking Staff on Vacation Says She Has No Problem Finding Workers

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Anyone who has worked as a waitress or a bartender, will understand how hard it can be! But one dream boss has hit headlines for making life for her staff that little bit easier…

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Working in hospitality is tough.

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Many of us have had to work behind a bar or earn money waiting on tables at some point, whether it be as a part-time weekend job or a job to fund school studies.

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Hospitality requires a lot of hard work and resilience, but often the work can be very rewarding.

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Working in hospitality is a difficult profession, but the connections you build with your coworkers are hugely valuable.

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But there are some downsides.

Waitresses aren’t paid well, at all.

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Plus, a bad boss can bring about all sorts of misery.

With many restaurant owners treating their hardworking staff with a real lack of respect.

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This is a very sad reality for a lot of people…

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But not those who work at the Abenaki Trail in New Hampshire, which hit headlines this week.

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Ownder Danielle Jones is a boss with a difference.

She’s spoken out amidst the labor shortage effecting businesses across the USA.

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She’s told Business Insider about how she manages to retain a full and motivated staff.

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Primarily, through spending “around $10,000 a year taking the entire restaurant staff on holiday.”

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“They’re worth a week shutdown,” Jones said.

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“These kids are bringing me back in the money to be able to do it again,” she said. “That’s why I’m doing this, because you need them to stay open.”

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People are loving this attitude!

“Bet she won’t have any problems finding and retaining staff. More restaurant owners need to treat their staff better. They may not be able to take them on a trip but they can pay better!” wrote one Facebooker.

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“What stands out to me is that she works along side them, cleaning, dishes, cooking etc. Those are the kind of managers that employees get behind and respect,” another added.

We just wonder if she’s hiring…

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