nstant Pay is a great motivator for employees to join and stay with a company long-term, show up for work and ask for extra shifts because they know they’ll have money right away, which will improve hiring. The most common Instant Pay uses include paying bills, buying groceries, and getting gas.
To attract workers today, restaurant operators must work harder than ever to appeal to the workforce and set themselves apart from the competition. They are realizing that the companies with the best pay and benefits will win. However, for many restaurants, paying dramatically higher wages isn’t realistic. That’s why businesses are getting more creative with their benefit offerings.
The pandemic has taught us all a number of valuable lessons, both personally and professionally. One area that it has cemented is the desire to have more control over our workplace needs and preferences.
For Millennials and Gen Z, it’s about more than pay.
Call this demographic whatever you’d like—post-Millennials, Generation Snapchat or Generation