Sunday, December 4 2022


(ABC4) – Labor shortages have continued in recent weeks. He not only strain the supply chain but left companies scrambling to meet demand.

Among those seeing an impact seems to be the national food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.

In a statement on Wednesday, Raising Cane’s announced that it would send half of its corporate team across the country to work in its restaurants.

“The first thing we teach new hires at Cane is that we are all cooks and cashiers of fries, and this week we’re proving it,” says AJ Kumaran, Raising Cane co-CEO and COO. “It’s no secret that today’s hiring market is a challenge, and ahead of our massive growth next year, having the support we need is critical. We’re all in the same boat, and when our restaurants need us, we’re there.

Raising Cane’s plans to open more than 100 new restaurants, in more than 10 new markets, with five “hot spots” in 2020. Looking ahead to next year’s growth, Cane’s announces it plans to hire 10,000 new employees in the next 50 days. .

According to Wednesday’s press release, Cane member companies will deploy in teams in each market. These teams will not only help meet the day-to-day needs of restaurants, but will “actively recruit” to fill the positions.

The restaurant chain claims that every Cane employee – from founder to co-CEO up to – has “Fry Cook & Cashier” in their title. When hired at the Canes Restaurant Support Office, each employee begins their career with restaurant training, the company explains.

At the beginning of August, Raising Cane’s opened its second location in Utah in Provo. Raise the cane premier location in Utah open in southern Jordan at the beginning of June.

If you are looking for a job, Cane’s is looking for you. To join his team, apply online at



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