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Zappos hiring 1,000 seasonal workers

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Zappos Fulfillment Center in Shepherdsville Zappos Fulfillment Center in Shepherdsville
Some of the job hopefuls at the Zappos job fair on Nov 14 Some of the job hopefuls at the Zappos job fair on Nov 14

SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Shepherdsville company is looking to hire 1,000 more holiday workers. Zappos is hiring about 3,000 workers total for the season, many of whom could become full-time employees.

"They hired about 500-600 last year," said David Rock, recruiting manager for Kelly Services.

Many of the positions start immediately.

The jobs are picking and packing warehouse positions on 10-hour our shifts. The day shift pays $8.25 per hour and the evening shift $9.

"with Cyber Monday coming quickly we know that the orders are probably going to go up and there's just a great need of people," said Rock.

Applicants can apply in person Tuesday at the Paroquet Springs Conference Center in Shepherdsville from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Information is also available online at www.kellyhero.com.  

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