TORONTO, ON–/COMMUNITYWIRE/–Hudson’s Bay is calling on Canadians to join its growing store teams as the retailer announces plans to hire more than 5,000 seasonal and permanent associates across the country for the upcoming holiday season. With a coast-to-coast store network of 85 locations spanning seven provinces, Hudson’s Bay is thrilled to expand its teams to provide Canadians with the highest level of service during the busiest shopping season of the year.
“At Hudson’s Bay, our goal is to help Canadians live a colourful life through our assortment of quality products and exceptional in-store service and experiences,” says Toni Spence, Chief Human Resources Officer, Hudson’s Bay. “Our associates are the driving force behind our business, and we are committed to creating a work environment where associates feel supported and valued, and a shopping environment that exceeds our customers’ expectations. We can already feel the excitement building within our stores, and are looking forward to a great holiday season!”
For more information on current openings and how to apply, Canadians can visit www.careersathudsonsbay.com/en or hand in a resume in-person at any Hudson’s Bay location.
ABOUT THE BAY AND HUDSON’S BAY
Through a digital-first, purpose-driven lens, The Bay and Hudson’s Bay help Canadians live their best style of life. As one of the country’s most iconic brands, Hudson’s Bay operates 85 full-line locations and The Bay operates thebay.com featuring Marketplace — the 6th largest e-commerce business in Canada. The Bay and Hudson’s Bay have established a reputation for quality and style through an unrivalled assortment including fashion, designer, home, beauty, food concepts and more. The Hudson’s Bay Rewards program is ranked second in department store loyalty programs in Canada.
The Bay and Hudson’s Bay operate under the HBC brand portfolio. Founded in 1670, HBC is North America’s oldest company. The signature stripes are a registered trademark of HBC.
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