Domino’s creates 5,000 more UK jobs



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Domino’s has revealed it is creating 5,000 jobs as it continues to benefit from people staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The new positions will include pizza chefs, customer service workers and delivery drivers, and are on top of the 6,000 jobs Domino’s said it has already created since the start of the pandemic.

Domino’s remained open throughout lockdown and, at the height of the restrictions, claimed that the Government had ‘asked Domino’s stores to remain open and provide local communities freshly made pizza to help boost morale and keep people safe at home’. 

Bosses said they would also create 1,000 apprenticeship positions under the Government’s new Kickstart scheme, with ‘ambitious individuals’ given the opportunity to apply for permanent roles following a six-month placement. 

Chief executive Dominic Paul said: ‘It was a privilege to keep our stores open during Covid-19 and to now

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Domino’s Pizza adding 5,000 UK jobs, pizza orders continue to rise

  • Domino’s Pizza is expanding its UK workforce by around 15%, with 5,000 new employees.
  • The pizza chain is also offering more than 1,000 six-month placements for unemployed young people, funded by the UK Government.
  • Papa John’s and Pizza Hut have also launched major recruitment drives during the pandemic, and demand for pizza continues to rise.
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Domino’s Pizza has continued the hiring spree among pizza chains during the pandemic by adding 5,000 new jobs in the UK — a 15% expansion of its workforce.

The new roles, which include pizza chefs, customer service colleagues, and delivery drivers, will bring its total UK workforce from 35,000 to around 40,000, and will help the chain prepare for the holiday rush, it said.

Domino’s has already added 6,000 UK jobs since the start of the pandemic thanks to soaring sales: Like-for-like sales were up 4.8% in the

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