Trying to predict how the coronavirus will affect companies—whether small or large—has proven to be a difficult, if not impossible, endeavor.
Just this week, REI confirmed that it will lay off 400 retail employees, even as sales of camping equipment and other outdoor goods surge. Meanwhile, Bass Pro Shops has announced that it plans to hire 5,000 new employees nationwide. Bike shops have done particularly well in recent months, all things considered, while purveyors of other outdoors goods have struggled.
We want to know where your company stands. Have you increased your number of employees since the pandemic began? Decreased it? Or has your staff remained exactly the same?