According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), nearly one-third of individuals with at least some college or an associate's degree have held 15 or more jobs between the ages of 18 and 48.
Why is that important? Well, that figure should drive home the point that employees are unlikely to spend years and decades with the same company. It's one of those "in your face" reminders about the reality of the daunting turnover rate in the restaurant industry as well as why understanding the basics of COBRA is imperative for restaurateurs.
Below is a brief overview and guide designed to simplify COBRA.
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