Labor shortages and last-minute staff cancellations got you down? Increasingly, companies are popping up to fill restaurants’ needs. Joining companies like Jobletics in Boston, Jitjatjo in New York and Wonolo in San Francisco is Snag Work, a Richmond, Va.-based company that recently expanded to Washington, DC and claims to resemble an Uber for restaurant operators, allowing them to fill shifts at the last minute. Similar to how Uber users pay a higher fee during peak times, Snag Work users might pay a higher rate on a Saturday night or if they need a stand-in with more skills, such as a mixologist. While these last-minute hires tend to be more expensive, Washingtonian reports that the extra expense has been worth it to a good number of operators. Some restaurants that use the service have been selecting specific fill-ins repeatedly — and at times finding new hires.
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