D.C.-area eateries struggle with serious worker shortage

06/7/2013 | Washington City Paper

Washington, D.C.-area restaurant owners are getting desperate enough to turn to poaching from rival eateries as they struggle to find the qualified workers they need to keep kitchens and dining rooms properly staffed. The situation is growing worse as more restaurants open, and some including chef and restaurateur Jeff Tunks say they've had to close off sections of the dining room at times because of the shortage.

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