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C-store chain GasAmerica deploys JobApp Network to improve hiring

BY CSA STAFF

Bloomfield Hills, Mich. — Convenience-store operator GasAmerica is utilizing JobApp Network’s automated hiring management solution for c-stores. Following a phased approach, the Indiana-based chain has now completed rolling out the solution to all of its 86 locations.

According to GasAmerica, hiring success starts with JobApp, which makes it easy for people to apply around the clock.

“There is competition for applicants,” said Jim Haddock, COO of GasAmerica. “By allowing people to apply from their phone or the web, we make it easier to apply with us rather than our competitors.”

After building the talent pool, the chain is able to identify the top 20% of their applicants immediately.

“This simple-to-use prescreening ensures that we are only interviewing candidates that meet our requirements and can excel in the stores,” Haddock added.

At the store level, the solution is allowing GasAmerica general managers to get ahead of the hiring curve.

“Before JobApp it was hard to catch-up on hiring. Our store is now completely staffed with better than ever employees and if someone leaves, we have a queue of prescreened candidates to call,” stated Corey Barry, store manager of a GasAmerica location in Greenfield, Ind.

JobApp also offers integrated background checks and a paperless onboarding solution. It includes seamlessly integrated electronic I-9 management with over 150 built-in compliance rules, optional E-Verify integration, electronic forms management, Work Opportunity Tax Credit forms management and EEO/OFCCP Reporting, as well as payroll/HRIS integration.

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Bath and Body Works unit appoints new CEO

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Columbus, Ohio — The Bath and Body Works unit of Limited Brands said Tuesday it has named former Lands’ End president Nick Coe as its new CEO.

Current CEO Diane Neal, at the helm since 2007, will remain in that role through the summer. After that, she will transition into an advisory role with the company and work from San Francisco, according to the company.

Before working a Lands’ End, a subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corp., Coe held senior merchandising jobs at Gap’s Banana Republic and at Levi Strauss.

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