Dunkin’ is launching its first advertising campaign centered on hiring to tout the benefits of working at its restaurants.
As the restaurant industry tries to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic, Dunkin is looking to hire 25,000 employees.
The coffee chain is launching its first advertising campaign centered on hiring to tout the benefits of working at its restaurants. Dunkin’ said it is partnering with Southern New Hampshire University to offer store employees an online college education.
Today I woke up, went to Dunkin' Donuts for coffee, did a two hour ride on my horse, went for a sushi lunch, then to our beach club for drinks, and am now home.
Because our red state is open and people are living normal lives, not living in hell under Dem socialist lunatics.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) June 7, 2020
Dunkin', the nationwide coffee and breakfast chain, says it plans to hire up to 25,000 employees as US restaurants start to reopen https://t.co/AjPCBFF9sb
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) June 8, 2020