Frontline Workers go?

 

Where Have all the Front Line Workers Gone!

In recent years, there has been a dramatic decrease in the number of front line workers in the United States. These are the people who work in jobs that require them to interact directly with the public, such as retail sales, customer service, and food service. The reasons for this decline are varied, some say a major factor is the increasing competition for workers but in the hospitality industry there are many reasons.

However, there are still many opportunities for those who want to work in front line positions. Jobs that require human interaction are still in high demand, and there are many industries where front line workers are essential. For example, healthcare, education, and restaurants all require close contact with others, and front line workers play a vital role in these fields. In addition,front line workers are often the first point of contact with customers, so they play an important role in creating a positive customer experience. Those who are interested in working in front line positions should focus on industries where personal interaction is essential. With the right industry knowledge and a commitment to customer service, anyone can succeed in a front line job. Apply!

 

 

Restaurants Inc Catering! Twisted Fork, Stokes, Stokin’ Goat, Taxi’s

(402) 216-6648
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Restaurants, Inc. family of restaurants is dedicated to serving the finest food in Omaha for over 25 years.

Stokes Old Market

1122 Howard Street
Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 408-9000

Stokes  West

13615 California Street
Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 498-0804
“Bold Flavors from the Southwest for over 25 years! Our fast and flavorful fish, chicken and steak taco’s, wood-fired burgers, fabulous salads and the best chicken enchilada you’ll ever taste. Stokes 2 locations with its classic cocktails and award-winning wine list.”

Twisted Fork

1014 Howard St
Omaha NE 68102
(402) 932-9600
The “Fork” as it is affectionately known is a blend of midwestern hospitality with cowboy bravado in Omaha’s historic Old Market District that serves American comfort food with a “Cowboy Twist”.

Taxi’s

1822 N 120th St.
Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 898-1882
Reservations: www.taxisrestaurant.com
Taxi’s – A top Omaha neighborhood restaurant for 24 years! Our celebrated contemporary casual restaurant, mixing consistent fare with new, fresh combinations for a varied lunch & dinner menu and famous Sunday brunch.  Try our famous Creamy Cabbage and Blue Cheese soup daily, wonderful salads, fantastic sandwiches and a dozen different entrées.

Stokin’ Goat

15805 W Maple Rd. Suite 101
Omaha, NE 68116
(402) 916-9011
Reservations: www.stokingoat.com
A playful and spirited concept with a modern, comfortable and casual atmosphere. Chef Andrew Loughrey’s scratch kitchen created a variety of affordable, delicious dishes with intense flavors and satisfying textures. An affordable, creative wine list, seasonal craft cocktails and food driven beer selections.
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