If you've suddenly found yourself out of work because of the recent state mandates, there is hope on the horizon.
There are local businesses that are looking to hire those that have been temporarily displaced because of COVID-19 shut downs.
The Tyler based grocery store chain is looking for part-time and full-time employee partners to help handle the surge in demand for groceries and household items. The company is looking to fill logistics and retail positions. You may apply at their culinary location at 200 Rice Road in Tyler Monday, March 23rd - Friday, March 27th. Logistics applicants may stop by 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and retail applicants from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
The nations largest employer plans on adding 150,000 temporary workers to its payroll by the end of May as a result of the coronavirus that is sweeping across the nation. In a press release the company says, "These roles will be temporary at first, but many will convert to permanent roles over time."
Applicants may fill out an application online anytime. Walmart is fast tracking the hiring process, instead of the usual two week application cycle, it's being reduced to a 24 hour process.
The largest pizza chain in the world is looking to hire delivery drivers, pizza makers, customer service reps, managers and assistant managers as the demand for delivery services continues to increase due to the closure of dining rooms at restaurants. Domino's chief executive officer says, "the opportunity to keep feeding our neighbors through delivery and carryout means that a small sense of normalcy is still available to everyone. Our corporate and franchise stores want to make sure they're not only feeding people, but also providing opportunity to those looking for work at this time, especially those in the heavily-impacted restaurant industry."
Applicants may fill out an application online.