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Motorcoach Survey: Business Grows, Driver Pool Shrinks

Posted on January 9, 2019
Much like the traditional limousine companies, motorcoach businesses are having a tough time finding qualified drivers. (LCT file photo)

Much like the traditional limousine companies, motorcoach businesses are having a tough time finding qualified drivers. (LCT file photo)

Recruiting, hiring, and retaining drivers continues to be the biggest challenge facing motorcoach operations today, according to 70% of respondents to METRO Magazine's Motorcoach Survey.

As the issue grows, the challenge is not only resulting in staffing issues, but is now beginning to have an impact on business, with many respondents saying they could in fact grow their operation if they had enough drivers to take on the increased work.  

METRO Magazine article here

Related Topics: buses, employee recruitment, motorcoach operators, motorcoaches, recruiting chauffeurs, research and trends

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