NC Business Owners Get Creative To Recruit Staff Amid Worker Shortage | WFAE 90.7

If you’re interested in waiting tables, washing dishes, or shucking oysters — 42nd Street Oyster Bar In Raleigh wants to hear from you. Like so many other restaurants, bars, and hospitality businesses in the Triangle, this popular spot with North Carolina lawmakers, has a slew of open positions including hosts, bussers and cooks.

“We’re trying to persevere and hopefully, with patience, we can get the right people in here on our staff and get back to a little normalcy.”

Hunter Correll

“We’re trying to persevere and hopefully, with patience, we can get the right people in here on our staff and get back to a little normalcy,” said 42nd Street Oyster Bar General Manager Hunter Correll minutes after stepping out of an interview with a prospective employee.

North Carolina’s hospitality industry is facing significant worker shortages. And it’s prompting some businesses in the…

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