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Burger King and Popeyes wants to hire 1,500 for restaurants in 11 states in one day

September 5, 2017

On Tuesday, Sept. 12, GPS Hospitality, a fast-growing BURGER KING® and Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen franchisee, will host the company’s largest job fair to date with a goal of hiring 1,500 new employees in one day. The nationwide job fair will take place at all of GPS’ 395 restaurants encompassing 11 states with openings for 1,350 crew and 150 managers to join the team immediately.

Nine GPS Hospitality restaurants will be participating in Florida.

Hiring managers will be on-site to meet with potential applicants and to conduct interviews from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. No appointment is necessary, and qualified applicants may be hired on-the-spot.

“As a growing organization, we’re always looking for dedicated employees who have a passion for serving others,” said CEO Tom Garrett. “Our annual job fair is a great opportunity for us to connect with the communities we serve and develop local talent to become leaders with GPS.”

Since 2012, GPS Hospitality has grown consistently every year by investing in its restaurants and building its workforce to provide superior service. GPS Hospitality provides each employee with training, flexible hours and personal opportunities to learn and grow within the company. Management-level positions are also eligible to receive performance-driven monetary bonuses and other benefits.

“We believe that our success depends on the people that interact with our guests every day,” said Michael Lippert, Chief Operations Officer. “We’re looking forward to hiring great people who are ready to benefit from our strong infrastructure of training. We want our team to find success with GPS, from our entry-level employees to managers.”

Applicants can visit gpsjobfair2017.com to view open positions and apply online, or they can visit any GPS Hospitality restaurant on Sept. 12 to apply in person.

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