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CNBC: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK on Hiring and Retaining Talent in the Age of COVID-19

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Chief Talent Officer Sara Bennett discusses the struggle the company has faced with recruiting new talent during the pandemic.

By Hannah Rogers1851 Franchise Contributor
SPONSORED 4:16PM 10/22/20

With so many people looking for employment, it’s hard to imagine a world where some companies are struggling to hire. 

According to CNBC, for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK this has been the case for most of the duration of the pandemic. The moving, storage and junk removal franchise has been having trouble finding qualified candidates and being able to retain them. 

“We’ve definitely experienced significant challenges this year in hiring and retaining employees,” Sara Bennett, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s Chief Talent Officer told CNBC. “It’s harder to find applicants now. Even when we do find applicants, it’s harder to get them to show up for an interview, or harder to get them to show up for their first day of employment when we’ve made offers.”

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