CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Circle K plans to add 20,000 new employees in the United States to its current team ahead of the summer season. Throughout the pandemic, the global convenience store chain has kept its doors open and worked hard to make it easy for its customers by providing essential services such as fuel, food and beverages. And as business starts to return to normal, Circle K is ready to expand its team.
“Business is coming back, traffic is getting back on the road, and we are preparing for the future by growing our Circle K team. Our mission is to make our customers’ lives a little easier every day, and we do so with fast and friendly service. If you love retail and love serving customers, apply today and come grow with us,” said Brian Hannasch, president and CEO, in a press release.
Open positions include customer service representatives, assistant store managers and store managers. Circle K also has numerous opportunities at its service centers, which support the c-stores, including positions in maintenance, fuel transportation, accounting, auditing, data analytics, IT support and more.
Other convenience stores have announced concentrated hiring ahead of summer, including Pilot, which held a virtual hiring day in April; Sheetz, which hired thousands on March 31; and Wawa, which began a hiring spree in late March.
At the recent NACS HR Forum, speakers discussed the importance of building inclusive workspaces to attract new talent, as well as some of the best practices for hiring in 2021, including how to hire virtually.
To learn more about how HR teams came together during the NACS 2021 HR Forum, be sure to read “The HR Community Connects” in NACS Magazine. Also available in NACS Magazine are resources for HR teams looking to hire and prevent turnover in the featured article “You’re Hired.”
Listen to Brian Hannasch, president and CEO of Alimentation Couche-Tard/Circle K discuss how the global brand plans for a sustainable future amid economic uncertainty in our Lessons in Leadership learning series. In addition, hear from Travis Sheetz, president and COO of Sheetz; Chet Cadieux, chairman and CEO of QuikTrip; Chris Gheysens, president and CEO of Wawa, as well as other leaders, give exclusive interviews to NACS about the future of the convenience industry. Watch their Lessons in Leadership today.