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Papa Johns is Hiring 200 In Dallas

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Papa John’s will soon hire 280 new employees to work for its stores in the DFW Metroplex. The positions are open in multiple Papa John’s locations, a spokeswoman for the company reported. The pizza chain needs 200 drivers, 25 in-store employees, 50 hourly shift runners, and 5 general managers. “We continue to experience growth thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team,” Vice President of Operations, Steve McNeil said. “We are looking for more passionate team members to help us continue to succeed!” Those wishing to apply can do so in person at any Papa John’s store. There are also over 200 jobs available in both North Carolina and Georgia.  To learn more about the job openings at both the corporate and franchise locations, visit the PapaJohns Career Center for more details. About Papa John’s Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, Papa John’s International, Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA) is the world’s third largest pizza delivery company. For 13 of the past 15 years, consumers have rated Papa John’s No. 1 in customer satisfaction among all national pizza chains in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). Papa John’s is the Official Pizza Sponsor of the National Football League and Super Bowl XLIX, as well as the Official Pizza …

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ToysRUs To Hire 45,000 Employees Nationwide for 2014 Holidays

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Company Seeks Motivated, Customer Service-Focused Employees to Join Its Team of #ToyExperts in Bringing Joy to Shoppers Across the Country Toys”R”Us® today announced plans to hire 45,000 seasonal employees at its stores and distribution centers nationwide, more than doubling the company’s workforce as it prepares for the busy holiday shopping months ahead. Seasonal staff plays a vital role in delivering upon the company’s mission to bring joy into the lives of its customers across the country as traffic in Toys”R”Us stores and online surges in the weeks leading up to Christmas. These seasonal positions, which include sales associates, stock crew and omnichannel fulfillment teams, as well as distribution center workers and department managers, can also serve as a path to non-seasonal employment. Seasonal Positions Can Lead to Year-Round Employment as 20% of the Toys”R”Us 2013 Holiday Workforce Retained Jobs Following Christmas “As THE toy authority, moms, dads and gift-givers are counting on us to provide them with expert toy advice as they search for the perfect present, all while offering exceptional service and a memorable shopping experience,” said Mark Eberly, Vice President, Human Resources, Toys”R”Us, U.S. “We’re looking for dedicated, customer-centric employees who will strive to help shoppers deliver a …

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Adecco Announces 12,000 Immediate Job Openings Nationwide

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Adecco Staffing US Sees Holiday Season Hiring Kick Off Early in 2014 2014 is proving to be a robust year for hiring with over 1.7 million jobs added within the first eight months of the year.  Adecco Staffing US, part of the world’s largest recruitment and workforce solutions provider, is seeing this trend on a nation-wide level with clients opting to move forward on hiring decisions. Additionally, Adecco is seeing holiday seasonal hiring kick off earlier than in years past—another sign of a strengthening economy.

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UPS Announces Plans to Hire 90K+ Seasonal Employees for 2014

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90,000-95,000 seasonal employees needed to handle anticipated e-commerce-driven holiday delivery surge UPS improving forecasting, capacity, package tracking and customer communication to meet ongoing e-commerce and B2B shipping demands Seasonal positions often an entry point to long-term UPS employment UPS announced that it expects to hire between 90,000 – 95,000 seasonal employees to support the anticipated holiday surge in package deliveries that will begin in October and continue through January 2015. The company is gearing up for increased holiday delivery volume in 2014 as it prepares to play a pivotal role in helping retailers take advantage of the holiday gift-giving season. The seasonal positions as package sorters, loaders, delivery helpers and drivers have long been an entry point for permanent employment, training and career opportunity after the company re-assesses its needs following the holiday period. “We have initial volume forecasts from our customers and are starting the hiring process for our temporary peak season jobs,” said John McDevitt, UPS senior vice president of human resources and labor relations. “We have needs throughout the United States and anticipate more applicants this year than in 2013. Individuals who begin employment at UPS during the holiday season have the opportunity to pursue a permanent …

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