Ready or not, it looks like more and more cities and states are making moves to gradually bring life back to normal, at least as far as dining is concerned. That’s great news for a lot of independently-owned restaurants who need the chance to welcome back customers (even just for outdoor dining) if they hope to keep from going out of business. Simultaneously, it sure looks like bigger chains and conglomerates who never really had to fear going bankrupt are using the return to a “new normal” as an opportunity to (re)grow their workforce.
Case in point: CNBC says Dunkin’ plans to hire a whopping 25,000 in the near future as they hope to staff back up. It’s such a big hiring bonanza that Dunkin’ will run its first ever advertising campaign geared specifically towards attracting new employees, touting the benefits of working at the famous doughnut and coffee spot.