How tight is the labor market? Raising Cane’s helping managers buy homes

(file photo)

Raising Cane’s is offering a new benefit in response to the tight U.S. labor market: The company is paying closing costs of up to $10,000 for general managers buying their first homes, Bloomberg reports. 

Already an INSIDER? Sign in.

We are glad you enjoy reading Business Report.

Continue reading this story and get ACCESS to all our content from any device with a subscription now.

  • Get access to more than a decade of story archives.
  • Get access to our searchable data center of TOP LISTS.
  • Get exclusive content only available to INSIDERS.