HR manager Stephanie Rauch said she believes the company’s hiring strategy will change if there’s a surge in female candidates.
Raucht said she thinks that the company is already seeing more female candidates and that the hiring of women should continue.
“The number of female candidates is very high and it’s just a matter of how high it will go,” she said.
“I think the numbers are going to go higher.”
Rauch, who works for the company in California, said that if there were to be an influx of women into the workforce, she would prefer to hire more women.
“If we can attract more women, then that’s a win for us,” she told NBC News.
“If we don’t, then we’ve made a huge mistake in hiring people we’re not interested in.”
It’s a really hard thing to do, but the company does the best they can,” she added.
Rauchard said that she thinks Uhaul will hire more female managers, but that the majority of her job is already done.
She also said that there will be more promotions for female managers.