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Restaurant chain Chipotle introduces new support measures for Gen Z employees


Furthermore, the company plans to bring on 19,000 more workers for "burrito season."

Mike Mozart
Mike Mozart
Chipotle Mexican Grill, an American restaurant company, announced that it is bringing in new benefits for Generation Z employees and plans to hire 19,000 more staff members in front of the next "burrito season".

According to the company's news announcement, it currently employs more than 110,000 people.

Chipotle plans to add more staff members in the coming months in anticipation of "burrito season," which is March through May, when business is at its peak.

The company employed roughly 15,000 seasonal laborers in the previous year.

In addition, Chipotle revealed additional benefits for its Generation Z staff, which consists of over 73% of workers born in the late 1990s and early 2000s. According to the research, these steps will, among other things, enable students to access premium banking services, pay back student loans more quickly, and enhance their mental health.

source: cnn.com