Asda to create 10,000 new jobs

Asda is to
create 10,000 jobs as part of a recruitment drive across all of its 244 stores.

The
group, which already employs more than 100,000 people, wants to add between 30
and 50 staff at each of its outlets.

A
spokesman for Asda said the expansion plans follow good sales performance and a
decision to invest in service.

The
retail giant is to take the recruitment drive to shoppers by introducing a
series of in-store job adverts including the use of shelf labels and product
stickers.

David
Smith, Asda’s people director, said, “Wal-Mart’s continued investment in the UK
brings more good news for Asda customers. They already know they get the best
prices at Asda and with more colleagues on hand to help they will get the best
service too.”

www.asda.co.uk

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