Pittsburgh space eating places are nonetheless struggling to search out workers – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Many companies in the Pittsburgh area are still struggling to keep their doors open due to staff shortages.

Restaurants in the Pittsburgh area are recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic closings, but many are not receiving enough applications for their jobs.

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At the moment, the volunteer firefighters of the Peebles District in the North Hills can no longer go to their favorite pizza.

“It’s a very good place. Luckily for us, when they heat up the ovens and you can smell the breadsticks, it makes a bit of cravings here. So the guys travel there quite often, ”said fire chief Matthew Williams.

Luciano’s Pizza & Six Pack to Go in McCandless is temporarily closed. The company cited labor shortages and a “possible second lock pending”.

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“Our membership was a little heartbroken. It’s our go-to place for Tuesday evenings, our practice night, the guys order before the practice, ”said Williams.

Zia Maria Bakery and Cafe in Connellsville announced on Facebook that the location will be closed on September 5th due to staff shortages. Downey’s House in Robinson Township also posted on Facebook that it is no longer open on Mondays due to staff shortages.

Not only food companies have a hard time finding employees. Help-seeker signs are posted outside of all types of businesses in the Pittsburgh area.

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As the pandemic creates more problems, people are hoping their local businesses will continue.

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