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Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images Tens of thousands of people have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus crisis as restaurants, bars, hotels and gyms have been forced to close. But many companies still in business are urgently seeking more staff to meet orders, help with deliveries and just to keep things moving. The major supermarkets are searching for 35, additional workers, but many other firms supplying essential goods or services are pwople looking for extra help so they can cope with the increased demand. Home care company Cera has just created 10, new jobs for people to work as part of the home carer community. Meanwhile, chemist chain Lloyds Pharmacy is seeking 1, workers across the country in the next few days.
To apply, visit their website. Lidl said it would create about 2, temporary jobs across its stores in the UK. Copmany will be based in Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester and Teesside.
Meanwhile, Bluebird Care says it has hundreds of jobs across the country. Full training and induction will be provided.
Apply here. Meanwhile, chemist chain Lloyds Pharmacy is seeking 1, workers across the country in the next few days.
Care UK has several hundred opportunities at its homes from Aberdeen to Dorset, including several in London. Looking for workers? It says: "We are currently recruiting for hundreds of support worker roles across England and Scotland to help support vulnerable people with their daily routines. Milk and grocery delivery business Milk And More is looking for additional milkmen or women who have a full UK driving licence and are happy to work nights. It pointed out the coronavirus pandemic has led to sharp falls in labour demand in many corners of the economy, while there are acute labour shortages in other sectors.
Meanwhile Carefound Home Care has launched a recruitment drive in Yorkshire and Cheshire or hourly visiting carers and live-in carers. Applicants should visit the website. The jobs site is here.
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It's accepting applications here. Morrisons said it would be recruiting about 2, pickers and drivers, plus 1, staff in its distribution centres. To help, the government should remove barriers to taking up temporary jobs, facilitate worker loans between firms and sectors, and subsidise retraining sseking appropriate, it said.
Details can be found here. The supermarkets need 35, workers image copyrightGetty Images Tesco said last week it is bringing in up to 20, new colleagues to work in its stores for at least the next sseeking weeks.
Many more positions in care homes have become available Orchard Care Homes, which runs homes supporting elderly and vulnerable people across the North of England peopls the Midlands, has positions available for carers, nurses, chefs, cleaners and laundry assistants. We need people to our teams to support society's most vulnerable during these unprecedented times," said director of people Lucy Connolly.
Dairy company Yeo Valley needs more than 50 operators, loaders, packers and palletisers in Somerset. Vacancies include dispensers, pharmacists, delivery drivers and warehouse staff across its 1, branches. The company is looking for people to prouction teams across a range of roles in its agriculture and production operations.
Information about roles at Cera can be found here. No experience or qualifications are needed as full training is given to all new recruits. You can apply here.
Aldi announced it was looking to fill 5, new temporary posts and take on 4, permanent new workers for jobs in all its stores and distribution centres. How have you been affected by the issues relating to coronavirus?
Home care company Cera has just created 10, new jobs for people to work as part of the home carer community. Here is the application site. In Wales? But many companies still in business are urgently seeking more staff to meet orders, help with deliveries and just to keep things moving. Coronavirus pandemic prodjction copyrightGetty Images Tens of thousands of people have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus crisis as restaurants, bars, hotels and gyms have been forced to close.
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If compaby company needs workers right now, send us the details of what you need and how to apply, and we'll add it to the list. Thousands of jobs at HC-One Care provider HC-One says it has thousands of new, permanent roles at its more than care homes across country. To apply. Hundreds of jobs at Cmpany Park The poultry giant is searching for hundreds of temporary staff to work at its processing sites across the UK.
Hundreds of jobs at Community Integrated Care The social care charity has hundreds of new vacancies across the country. Government should help The government prduction help by reallocating some workers in sectors that have temporarily shut down to parts of the economy facing labour shortages, reckons think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Asda said it wanted to recruit more than 5, temporary staff from the pool of workers whose jobs have been impacted by the virus.
The major supermarkets are searching for 35, additional workers, but many other firms supplying essential goods or services are also looking for extra help so they can cope with the increased demand.
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