RHINELANDER - You might run into Kwik Trip for a snack or a cup of coffee. Wednesday, you could have walked out with a job.
All Kwik Trips in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin held walk in interviews Wednesday. Those interested simply had to say they wanted a job. They were then interviewed and instructed to fill out an online application.
The store leader at the Kwik Trip on Eisenhower Parkway in Rhinelander stressed the importance of reaching out to the community.
"It is very important to do that," said store leader Liesl Koch-Glauner. "We always have openings. We're always expanding and growing so it is very important to find new avenues to reach and find new people to work for us."
"I'm very excited," said Koch-Glauner. "It's going to make scheduling easier. We run short upon occasion so we're really gonna be able to plug some holes with this."
Kwik Trip is always looking for employees.
Those interested in applying need to go to Kwik Trip's Career website
MINNEAPOLIS - Minneapolis agreed Friday to ban chokeholds by police and to require officers to try to stop any other officers they see using improper force, in the first concrete steps to remake the city's police department since George Floyd's death.
The changes are part of a stipulation between the city and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, which launched a civil rights investigation this week in response to the death of Floyd. The City Council approved the agreement 12-0.
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