Kroger Holding Hiring Fairs

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Cincinnati-based The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) is hosting several hiring events throughout the state over the next month. The grocery chain held a hiring fair this week in Indianapolis and says 39 percent of the applicants came from Marsh Supermarkets, which recently filed for bankruptcy and has closed numerous stores.

Kroger's central division has scheduled several hiring fairs in Indianapolis and Bloomington through early June. An additional hiring fair will be held May 20 at every Kroger store, company-wide.

The hiring fairs include:

Indianapois: North Side – Drury Plaza Hotel Carmel

  • May 17, 18: 10am – 7pm
  • May 31: 10am – 7pm           
  • June 1: 10am – 7pm
  • June 7: 10am – 7pm

Indianapolis: North Side – Drury Plaza Hotel Castleton

  • May 24, 25: 10am – 7pm

Indianapolis: South Side - Courtyard by Marriott South

  • May 16: 10am – 7pm

Indianapolis: South Side – Hilton Garden Inn Greenwood

  • May 23: 10am – 7pm
  • May 30: 10am – 7pm
  • June 6: 10am – 7pm

Bloomington: Kroger, 1175 College Mall

  • May 16: 10am – 7pm
  • May 23: 10am – 7pm           
  • May 30: 10am – 7pm
  • June 6: 10am – 7pm

Kroger says potential candidates can go to the company's website and enter their zip code to apply for positions available in their area.

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