H&M to Hire Thousands Through Recruiting Campaign
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Swedish fast-fashion retailer H&M launched its first-ever national recruiting campaign Thursday boasting its benefits, pay and sustainability efforts as competition for retail workers has pushed companies to create more attractive workplace environments. H&M is looking to hire thousands of employees to support its rapid expansion in the U.S., which is its second-largest market behind Germany, and saw sales jump 22 percent in 2014. It has plans to open at least 61 new stores this year after opening 62 in the past year, including what will become the world's largest H&M when a 63,000 square-foot flagship opens in New York's Herald Square next week.