Walm-Mart to up holiday hiring by nearly 10% - USA
ChainStoreAge.com - Sep 19th 2014, 09:21
Arkansas - Wal-Mart on Thursday said it plans to hire 60,000 temporary workers for the holiday season, an increase of nearly 10% from last year.
The discounter also said that current workers who want more hours during the holidays would receive priority.
“We are committed to making sure our customers can find the products they want for Christmas at low prices and can get through the checkout lanes quickly. To accomplish this we will have more registers than ever open during peak shopping hours between Black Friday and Christmas,” said Gisel Ruiz, COO, Wal-Mart U.S.
The holiday hiring includes workers in stores and distribution centres.
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