IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo. (KDVR) — Business owners in Idaho Springs are worried about finding enough workers ahead of what’s expected to be a busy summer tourism season.
Clear Creek County posted on its Facebook page, announcing a roundtable discussion to address staffing shortage issues. That meeting is planned for Monday, May 3 over Zoom.
Meanwhile, some restaurants are already finding creative ways to help bring in qualified workers.
“We’re considering things like end of season bonuses if you start with us and you stick with us until the end of September,” said Greg Dalrymple, owner of Clear Creek Cidery.
Dalrymple said getting people to even apply for openings has been a challenge, let…
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