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From $2,000 sign-on bonuses to free hotel rooms and even iPhones, companies like McDonald’s, Amazon, and JBS are finding creative ways to lure in new hires amid the labor shortage

A man wearing a face mask walks past a recruitment sign in the window of a pub in Westminster on June 04, 2021 in London, England.

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As the labor shortage continues to hit industries from education and healthcare to hospitality and ride-hailing apps, companies across the US are scrambling to find perks to attract new hires.

Some are offering free accommodation and college tuition to staff, while others are hiking up wages. Some are even giving rewards like free food and a $50 payment to applicants just for turning up for interviews.

The US Chamber of Commerce said that the labor shortage was holding back recovery from the pandemic, details ⇒

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