Iceland forced to recruit 2,000 extra workers as staff isolate in ‘pingdemic’
The Daily Mirror says Iceland has confirmed plans to hire 2,000 extra store staff to cover staff absences following the so-called “pingdemic”.
The frozen foods grocer said its recruitment drive will begin in a “few days” after this week admitting it has had to shut some stores due to staff shortages.
Iceland will put job ads out in stores, on social media and in petrol service stations.
All the vacancies will be temporary roles to see the supermarket through current staff shortages which are affecting multiple supermarket chains nationwide.
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