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LIST: Companies look to add more workers amid spread of coronavirus

Many grocery stores need more employees to keep up with customer demand

ORLANDO, Fla. – Several companies are looking to add more workers amid the spread of the coronavirus.

Stores need more employees to keep up with customer demand.

Publix

On Friday, Publix officials said they are looking to hire thousands of workers for stores and distribution centers.

You can apply for a job at Publix at this link.


Dollar General

Dollar General is looking to hire 50,000 employees by the end of April.

The company said it anticipates the majority of these roles to be temporary, but some of the new employees may see long-term career growth opportunities.

You can find a list of job openings at Dollar General at this link.


Walmart

Walmart officials said they looking to add more retail employees.

The company plans to hire 150,000 new workers across its U.S. stores, clubs, supply chain and offices.

Click this link, if you want to search the company’s employment opportunities.


PepsiCo

PepsiCo officials said they are looking to hire temporary staff immediately.

The company is searching for candidates in merchandise, warehouse and delivery drivers roles in the Orlando-area.

Anyone interested in applying at PepsiCo, can click this link.


Domino’s

Domino’s Pizza is also looking to add more employees.

The company’s hiring spree is to help meet pizza-making and delivery demands as consumers turn to take-out to practice social distancing.

You can apply at this link.


Walgreens

Walgreens announced it’s hiring full-time, part-time and temporary employees.

The company is looking to hire at least 9,000 new workers. Walgreens says it plans to fill part of its wanted workforce by hiring furloughed workers from hotel chains.

Click here for a list of jobs available.

This story will be updated as more job opportunities become available.

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