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The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) and Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is continuing efforts to develop creative solutions to the worker shortages faced by businesses throughout the Grand Strand.
In a letter to chamber investors sent Monday, April 19, MBACC President and CEO Karen Riordan wrote:
“Many of you have reached out to us at the chamber and CVB to see how we can help you with the severe workforce shortages we are experiencing throughout the Grand Strand.
“We are blessed with a strong recovery of tourism, but we understand that it has been challenging to find enough workforce to service these guests, as well as our local patrons.
“Your chamber and CVB are working on this problem by developing programs to tackle the issue head-on.”
Here are some of the notable efforts the chamber is working on to combat workforce shortages:
The chamber also wants to hear your workforce recruiting ideas and asks that you please email firstname.lastname@example.org to send your suggestions and feedback.
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