Beaulieu America to increase employment at Georgia facility

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Dalton — Beaulieu America said it would be conducting a job fair on Tuesday, June 24, 9 am to 3:30 pm, at the Georgia Department of Labor in Gainesville, with the intent of increasing its current workforce at its Gainesville operation from 270 to about 360—a 33% increase.

This will result in moving the plant from three shifts to four shifts and from five days per week to seven days per week continuous operation, according to Eric Sherlin, the director of yarn manufacturing at the facility.

The company will have opportunities for spinning operators, card operators, heat-set operators and more. Applicants are urged to bring a resume or work history. Applicants can visit beaulieucareers.com to view all open jobs and call 770-536-0551 for more information.

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