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Saturday May 30th, 2015 12:29PM

Employment Plus plans job fair in Gainesville Sat.

By Staff
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Employment Plus, Inc., a Bloomington, Indiana-based full-service staffing, recruiting and HR solutions firm with over 80 locations nationwide, will host a job fair at Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville Saturday from 1:00-4:00.

Employment Plus will be hiring for retail, production (1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts), clerical, customer service, warehouse, and forklift.

"The Gainesville area has a lot of great opportunities for employment and we've partnered with one of the region's leading businesses that are looking to hire," said Michelle Cheeley, Area Manager. "We encourage anyone interested in learning about Employment Plus and the opportunities we have available, to attend."

Spokeswoman Chelsie Hopkins said "We are going to be recruiting for a number of positions for employers such as KIK, Harris Products Group, retail stores throughout Lakeshore Mall and other small businesses in the Gainesville area."

Interested applicants should bring two forms of ID and a copy of their High School Diploma or GED in order to proceed with the application process at the fair. You can also apply online before the event at www.EmploymentPlus.com. Information regarding available jobs, pay rates and benefits will be provided on site.

Any questions regarding the job fair should be directed to the Employment Plus Gainesville office at 770-503-9911.
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