Paying employees to stay, not to go: Boloco and Shake Shack offer above average pay

by Steven Greenhouse and Stephanie Strom

Scott Newman, center, manager of the Boloco burrito restaurant in Concord, N.H., said the above-average pay enabled him to pick from among many talented job applicants. Photo: Andrea Morales/ New York Times

CONCORD, N.H. — Ben Nawn, a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire, says his friends who work at McDonald’s are envious of what he earns working for the Boloco burrito restaurant here.

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