Thousands displaced by the Category 5 storm
NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Myers Group is seeking to create 110 full-time jobs within the various brands in its portfolio for residents displaced by Hurricane Dorian.
The Myers Group is currently seeking applicants who have been displaced by Hurricane Dorian from Abaco and Grand Bahama for work in its group of restaurants.
Ash Henderson, director of marketing for Restaurant Services Limited said, “We’re looking to fill about 110 vacancies across the various brands in our portfolio for full-time employment.
“In addition to the financial and material contributions that we have made to Dorian relief efforts, we also know that rebuilding a life after losing everything can feel impossible. Gainful employment is the first step, and we want to do all we can to assist.”
The group, headed by businessman and hotelier George Myers owns a number of franchises in The Bahamas, including Burger King, Dunkin’ Donuts and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC).