A Jersey Mike's shop opening in California is offering a hiring bonus of up to $10,000, as fast food chains struggle to bring back workers
- The Santa Cruz Jersey Mike's is offering a hiring bonus of $10,000 for its assistant manager role.
- The owner said the sandwich shop is working to adapt and find new ways to draw in workers.
- It is one of many companies that has implemented new incentives to combat the
The company did not respond to a request for comment from Insider. It is one of many companies that has begun offering new incentives to lure in prospective candidates. In April, Insider's Kate Taylor reported that a McDonald's in Florida was paying people $50 just to show up for a job interview.Major companies, including
On Sunday, Insider's Áine Cain reported that long hours, unruly customers, and low pay have caused minimum wage workers to quit their jobs in droves.
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