A sign on the front window of The Body Shop in Fresno’s Fashion Fair mall beckons would-be workers to apply for seasonal holiday jobs. The store, which sells hair-and-skin-care products, plans to hire five temporary employees for the holiday season.
A sign on the front window of The Body Shop in Fresno’s Fashion Fair mall beckons would-be workers to apply for seasonal holiday jobs. The store, which sells hair-and-skin-care products, plans to hire five temporary employees for the holiday season. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com
A sign on the front window of The Body Shop in Fresno’s Fashion Fair mall beckons would-be workers to apply for seasonal holiday jobs. The store, which sells hair-and-skin-care products, plans to hire five temporary employees for the holiday season. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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