Benefits evolve with instant pay, education programs and breast-milk shipping for working mothers
At the Global Best Practices “Total Rewards” panel, from left: Lynne Bartusek, Bartusek Advisory Services; Mark Simpson, Texas Roadhouse; Amy Cohen, Noodles & Co. and the Chain Restaurants Total Rewards Association; and Coley O’Brien, Wendy’s.

Benefits evolve with instant pay, education programs and breast-milk shipping for working mothers

Best Practices’ panel looks at recruiting and retaining workers

Restaurant employee benefits are evolving as companies look for new ways to lure and retain workers, with some operators testing “instant pay” programs, expanding education benefits and offering free breast-milk shipping for working mothers.

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