Albertsons wants to hire 30,000 new employees to keep up with increased demand.
Amazon plans to hire 100,000 people nationwide for full-time and part-time roles in Amazon’s delivery network and at its fulfillment centers.
CVS said it is looking to fill a total of 50,000 full-time, part-time and temporary positions nationwide, including “store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees, and member/customer service professionals.” Virtual job fairs, virtual interviews, and virtual job tryouts will be used during its hiring process.
Dollar General is looking to add up to 50,000 employees to its workforce by the end of April. According to cnn.com, the company said it anticipates most of its new roles will be temporary, but it also expects some of the new employees will receive “long-term career growth opportunities.”
Domino’s plans to hire 10,000 employees to work as pizza makers, delivery personnel and customer service representatives. The company is also looking for people to fill roles at its supply chain centers in addition to management and assistant management positions.
Due to rising needs, GE Healthcare needs additional manufacturing employees to build medical ventilators.
Papa John’s announced plans to hire 20,000 new “restaurant team members.”
Pepsi said that it wants to hire 6,000 full-time, frontline employees in the coming months. The company is also providing “enhanced benefits” to its US-based workers and increasing its compensation for its current US frontline employees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pizza Hut is recruiting more than 30,000 employees across the nation and says its new drivers can start working in as little as five hours upon hiring.
7-Eleven, the nation’s largest convenience store chain, expects to hire up to 20,000 new store employees.
Walmart plans to hire 150,000 workers for full-time, part-time and temporary positions at its distribution and fulfillment centers across the United States.