Domino’s Pizza expects to hire about 10,000 workers
nationwide in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The company is looking for
delivery drivers, pizza chefs, customer service representatives, managers and
licensed truck drivers for its supply chain centers. The need will vary based
on individual stores. The pizza chain has introduced contactless delivery in
the U.S. to respond to the epidemic.
Delivery accounts for about 55% of its total orders. The
National Restaurant Association is asking the federal government for financial
relief for the industry as it forecasts sales declines of $225 billion over the
next three months.
On March 19, Papa John’s President & CEO Rob Lynch
joined CNBC’s “The Exchange,” where he said the company is also “hiring
bigtime” as they lean into their delivery business and expand their workforce
to meet demand.
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