A compressed hiring process -- which now takes several hours instead of the normal two weeks -- has helped Walmart add 25,000 more workers to deal with surging demand caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Many of the newcomers are college students and workers laid off from the idled hospitality and restaurant industries, and Walmart has said its goal is to add 150,000 hourly employees, increasing its total workforce by 10%.
Walmart adds 25K in first week of hiring push
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