I would bet that now that the 50th is over they can better focus on employee retention, fix up the break areas, etc. and basically reinvest in the most valuable asset. I used to own a restaurant where I used the inverted pyramid approach, the idea that I held everyone else up, not the other way around. At our 3 year anniversary I retained 85% of my original crew, essentially from demonstrating on a regular basis that I cared about my employees, their families, their new apartment, their cat or whatever else contributes to make us all human and remembering that everyone has bills to pay. DL used to be a place where people really liked to work, people would be there for years and years, and were proud to be a CM. There is no reason that cannot be the same again.