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walesonline.co.uk 15 Sep, 2021 10:15 am

John Lewis and Waitrose to hire 7,000 temporary workers this Christmas

John Lewis and Waitrose to hire 7,000 temporary workers this Christmas
The employee-owned company behind the brands said this would be 2,000 more staff than last year

News John Lewis and Waitrose to hire 7,000 temporary workers this Christmas The employee-owned company behind the brands said this would be 2,000 more staff than last year (Image: PA) The company behind John Lewis and Waitrose is set to recruit more than 7,000 temporary roles across the UK this Christmas.Employee-owned John Lewis Partnership said this would be 2,000 more than last year as it aims to meet expected increased demand over the festive period.com and John Lewis.People director at the John Lewis Partnership, Nikki Humphrey, said: "We know that as the first Christmas after lockdown, customers will want to make it really special and we're throwing everything we can into helping them celebrate – our festive team will have a crucial role to play.

Follow Wales Online More On News all Most Read Most Recent Most Read Most RecentThe company added that new staff – or partners – and temporary workers will be offered free food and drink to "help ensure we can attract the help we need".

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