Whole Foods hiring 6000 employees at 'on-the-spot' November 2 event

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COLONIE - Whole Foods Market is hiring 6,000 people nationwide and holding open job interviews Thursday at all of their locations, including the store in Colonie Center.

Cashiers, culinary experts, and prepared food specialists candidates interested in seasonal or permanent positions can stop in at any Whole Foods Market store November 2 for an interview and possible on-the-spot job offers.

The upscale grocery chain is hosting a national hiring day event at all of its stores tomorrow. But this recruitment push will be run entirely by Whole Foods, said a spokesman.

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Whole Foods Market employees are offered competitive pay, full- and part-time benefits, flexible scheduling, and a 20 percent in-store discount. The 6,000 Whole Foods jobs don't count toward that goal, according to a Whole Foods spokesperson.

Potential applicants are advised to apply online before heading to the store to save time, and also bring a copy of their resume to the interview.

Whole Foods was purchased by Amazon earlier this year for $13.7 billion.