As the end of this particular year approaches, and the new normal seems to be settling in, many companies are preparing to face the time of the year with the highest sales.
According to Business Insider, the American chain of membership-only retail warehouse clubs is set to hire thousands of workers to take care of online orders from customers this holiday season.
The Walmart-owned warehouse chain announced that it will hire 2,000 permanent full-time employees for the distribution centers and hundreds of these employees will work in the company's newest logistics center, located in Perris, California.
Online shopping has been a trend that has taken center stage during this year of confinement and closures, and that is why the company is expecting sales through its site to increase this Christmas season.
This is a move that other retailers and companies are also taking. Walmart announced that it will hire 20,000 workers, while Target and Kohl’s plan to hire 130,000 and 90,000 temporary workers, respectively.
Gap, for its part, won't be hosting a job fair to recruit holiday workers but will put applicants online, where job seekers can apply in less than three minutes and Amazon announced thousands of hires for the next few months.
To apply for a job at Sam’s Club, you can do so on the company's website.