US: to hire over 8,000 seasonal associates nationwide this holiday season

Ahead of the busiest gifting season of the year,, Inc. plans to hire more than 8,000 associates across its family of brands nationwide to meet holiday demand.

Roles are available with brands such as Harry & David,, The Popcorn Factory, and also with the company’s multi-brand distribution centers throughout the country. Positions vary by brand and include critical areas such as production and gift assembly, as well as contact center, distribution, and fulfillment center operations, among others. The majority of roles are being offered throughout Illinois, Ohio, and Oregon, as well as in Atlanta, GA. Remote contact center positions are also available.

“As a company, we’ll deliver millions of gifts for the holiday season, and we can’t do that without the support of our seasonal associates,” said Tom Hartnett, President,, Inc. “To ensure a seamless customer experience for both shoppers and gift recipients, we’re expanding our workforce and offering competitive wages, flexible schedules, employee discounts, and other incentive programs to help us attract enthusiastic and motivated team members. We have many positions available for hardworking and reliable individuals who can help us deliver smiles this holiday season!”, Inc. works with several organizations across the country to recruit and advertise available positions, including veterans associations, second chance programs, local family services, local shelters, and more. This includes First Step Staffing, the largest nonprofit agency in the U.S. that focuses on empowering individuals to take the first step on the path out of poverty and homelessness.

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