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Domino’s Pizza plans to hire 20,000 U.S. team members to serve ongoing demand

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Domino’s Pizza plans to hire 20,000 U.S. team members to serve ongoing demand

Locations throughout the U.S. are hiring for a variety of positions, including delivery experts, pizza makers, and supply chain staff

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Locations throughout the U.S. are hiring for a variety of positions, including delivery experts, pizza makers, and supply chain staff.

Domino’s Pizza, the international pizza franchise with upward of 17,100 stores, is looking to radically expand its U.S. workforce with the planned hiring of 20,000 new team members as soon as possible.

This extends across both corporate and franchise stores, and the roles available aren’t just for pizza makers; supply chain experts, managers, and customer service representatives are just a handful of the other positions on offer.

It seems that the pizza industry has experienced rapid growth this year as a whole, with Papa John’s announcing a similar recruitment drive back in March 2020.

“It’s a privilege to be able to feed families across the country and provide them with a small sense of normalcy during this pandemic,” said Tom Curtis, Domino’s executive vice president of operations and support. “The health and safety of the brand’s customers and store team members is our top priority, and because of that, Domino’s is continuing to offer contactless delivery and carryout, as well as Domino’s Carside Delivery.”

To maintain high standards of cleanliness and safety for both staff and customers, Domino’s stores across the U.S. have implemented several precautions based on federal, state, and local health and safety advice. This includes the wearing of masks, the use of a pizza pedestal for contactless deliveries, and the closing of all in-store seating options.

The latter could become increasingly redundant as the industry changes in light of the ongoing pandemic, with Domino’s Pizza already generating over 65 per cent of sales via digital channels.

“We realize that these are tough times, and not only do we want to maintain strong service levels, but we also want to provide opportunities to those who have lost their jobs or are facing reduced hours,” Curtis said. “Domino’s stores offer flexible work options, which include part-time and full-time opportunities. If you’re looking for a steady income and want to be a part of a great team, we encourage you to apply.”

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