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Grocer Freshens Up Website

by
Todd Raphael
Feb 2, 2012, 1:36 pm ET

That grocery store chain popping up all over Arizona, Nevada, and California has launched a new careers website with a good main-page video talking about jobs at the British-owned grocer.

On the Fresh & Easy home page — the company home page, not the careers home page — the words “A Great Place to Work” (as opposed to “jobs,” “employment,” or “careers”) take you to the carers page.

That’ll take you to the redesigned careers page, which includes videos, a q-and-a about the interview process, a blog, and more.

Fresh & Easy is recruiting employees and interns on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. The company — which despite its growth is not without challenges — plays up its low energy use, and its food that avoids trans fats, artificial flavors and colors, and high-fructose corn syrup.

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  1. Keith Halperin

    Good luck to ‘em. Groceries stores have a really low profit margin.

    Cheers,
    Keith

  2. Karen Cabana

    The green homepage and the keen details of the website is very catchy. I like the idea of recruiting via Facebook and/or Twitter; though I know it’s not going to be a comprehensive recruiting process.

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