Grosse Pointe, MI—May 10, 2022—Hyer, a leading on-demand labor app powering the gig economy, will be joining a roster of more than 1,500 exhibitors at the National Restaurant Association Show, May 21-24, 2022, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
“This year, the ongoing labor shortage is a top challenge many attendees are looking to address. We’re excited to have our team on hand to discuss how leveraging Hyer can help restaurants gain access to a pool of on-demand workers that are pre-approved and ready to work,” said Dave Dempsey, CEO & Co-Founder of Hyer.
Struggling more than any other industry to get people employed, the National Restaurant Association’s latest report found that 75% of restaurants are reporting they’re still understaffed. Adding to it, nine in ten operators say that being understaffed is having a significant or moderate impact on their restaurant’s ability to grow and succeed.
Dempsey said, “With 50% of today’s businesses already tapping into the gig economy—the powerful growth we’re seeing is a strong signal that this labor trend is set to change how the restaurant industry manages its workforces.”
The National Restaurant Association Show is the place to find creative new solutions to today’s challenges in the restaurant industry. From the latest food and beverage trends to emerging technologies and operational innovations that will boost the bottom line, you can visit Hyer at booth #349 in the South Building during the show or schedule an appointment with them today.
Hyer, a leading on-demand labor app powering the gig economy, connects people to opportunities and businesses to workers in real-time. Delivering on-demand staffing to leading CPGs, retailers, restaurants and warehouses in the tap of an app—our team is continually guided by our vision to Reinvent How Work Gets Done. Led by a team of industry experts, Hyer launched in 2019 in Michigan—and today has expanded their footprint across 23 states.
Katie Krogstad Roed