Decjuba clothing store offers no-resume interviews and coupons to entice staff to Karrinyup hiring day

An Australian clothing chain is so desperate to find staff that it’s willing to hire workers without even seeing a resume and is handing out coupons to those who show up on hiring day.

Women’s clothing store Decjuba wants to hire 1,000 employees across the country, including up to 100 in WA alone, and has promised three-minute speed-dating-style interviews and perks for those who show an interest.

Joining a long list of Australian companies seeking workers, Decjuba will hold a recruitment day at the Karrinyup Mall on Saturday in a bid to fill the large number of casual vacancies ahead of the busy Christmas season.

And the company has narrowed the wish list for prospective workers, requiring only a short on-site interview and even waiving any need to provide a resume, showing references or your work experience, which need not include retail work. .

CEO and owner Tania Austin indicated that no one would be turned away.

“Anyone who attends our recruiting day will have the opportunity to interview,” he said.

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