Even though a lot of small businesses have been forced to close because of the coronavirus outbreak, there are plenty of businesses that are operational and still hoping to hire. Here’s a list of companies hiring in metro Atlanta. Check back often, we’ll be adding to it as we get more.
Aldi is hiring in all stores and warehouses. Click here to apply.
The Atlanta-based lawn care company is hiring lawn technicians and sales associates. You can apply HERE.
Amazon said Monday that it needs to hire 100,000 people across the U.S. to keep up with a crush of orders as the coronavirus spreads and keeps more people at home, shopping online.
The online retailer said it will also temporarily raise pay by $2 an hour through the end of April for hourly employees. That includes workers at its warehouses, delivery centers and Whole Foods grocery stores, all of whom make at least $15 an hour. Employees in the United Kingdom and other European countries will get a similar raise.
For any individual whose job has been temporarily impacted by the effect of COVID-19, we currently have a number of full and part time positions available across our stores, distribution centers and private fleet network. We welcome anyone interested in furthering our mission of serving others to find available opportunities and apply online by clicking here.
Dominos said it is hiring delivery experts, pizza makers, customer service representatives, managers and assistant managers. Click here to apply
Both short and long-term positions are available along with various hours and shifts. Jobs are open immediately. You can apply at www.inglescareers.com.
“As of Monday, we were hoping to maintain current store hours. However, this temporary adjustment is necessary to allow our store teams time to train new associates, while focusing on additional cleaning as well as stocking our fresh, affordable food and essentials,” said Felix Turner, manager of corporate affairs for Kroger’s Atlanta Division.
The company also said it is escalation hiring more people for its stores. You can check out any open positions at jobs.kroger.com.
Publix said it will hire thousands of associates by the end of March to fill positions in stores and distribution centers.
Positions are available in all seven states Publix operates in — Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia — and its nine distribution centers in Boynton Beach, Deerfield Beach. Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami, Orlando, Sarasota, Lawrenceville, Georgia, and McCalla, Alabama.
To apply fill out an application at www.publix.jobs.
Sprouts is looking to fill more than 110 roles across stores. Positions range from hourly part-time roles to core management roles. All interested candidates may apply either online at sprouts.com/careers or by texting the word “careers” to 480-800-8056. We are not encouraging walk-in applications at this time.
As we deal with significant demands on our stores and pharmacies during this time, we’re looking to fill roughly 9,500 existing full- and part-time roles in stores across the U.S., primarily in these positions:•Customer service associates (CSAs)•Pharmacy technicians•Shift leads
Candidates can visit jobs.walgreens.com to search for openings in their area, with positions being added regularly based on local store and pharmacy needs. In addition, as Walgreens continues to assess its needs related to the coronavirus situation, it will look to begin filling additional temporary CSA positions starting next week to help bolster in-store staffing. Some of these temporary positions might potentially lead to full-time job placement.
Walmart says it wants to hire 150,000 associates and fill full and part-time positions by the end of May. Jobs are available in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers. They will be temporary at first but could lead to permanent spots.
If you are interested in applying visit careers.walmart.com.