KFC to create 5,400 jobs in the UK and Ireland
KFC says it plans to add 5,400 jobs in the UK and Ireland by the end of 2020, despite many of its outlets being in areas affected by Covid restrictions. The fast food chain has 965 restaurants across the UK and Ireland. The company says some of the new jobs will be funded by the UK government's Kickstart scheme,...
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