Georgia Small Business Owners Discuss Labor, Inflation on 'Face the Nation'

Date: June 13, 2022

'You get it from all angles when you're a small business"

NFIB Georgia members Mychal Walker and Stacey Reece spoke with CBS News’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday about inflation, fuel costs and other challenges facing America’s small business owners.

Walker, owner of The Walker Agency LLC in Duluth and chairman of the NFIB Georgia Leadership Council, told correspondent Mark Strassmann, “It’s the gas. It’s the labor shortage and the wages, so you get it from all angles when you’re a small business.”

Stacey Reece, owner of Spherion Staffing & Recruiting in Gainesville, said businesses are struggling to find workers. “You could not hire enough employees to either produce your product, deliver your product, service your product.”

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