Bakeries offered to fill cake orders, job postings have been listed
After the not-so-sweet news of Sucré’s confectionary’s closure Monday morning, local business owners started rallying around those who lost their jobs or dessert orders.
According to NOLA.com, Sucre’ employed about 80 people, who didn’t know they would be laid off until a 9 a.m. meeting Monday morning.
Now, multiple businesses, like Gambino’s Bakery and Shipley’s Doughnuts, have posted on their social media with job openings for those who may be out of work. Photographers have offered free headshots for Sucré former employees that they can use for their resumes. Bywater Bakery has even said it would fulfill wedding cake orders for couples who may have ordered with Sucré, to make the process less stressful.
Here’s what we’ve seen so far:
Marc Pagani – Photographer:
Joe Gambino’s Bakery:
NOLA Barista Social Club:
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In light of the closing of @sucreneworleans we want to make sure our fellow baristas, bakers, etc have work for the summer! We know it can be hard to hire during these slower months, but if you have an opening or are actively looking for staff please comment the job role and the best way to send a resume to you!! If you tag us or send us a hire post we will be reposting those for the next week! If you know Sucre employees looking for work please send this their way ♥️ #hireneworleans #nolajobs #nolajobseekers #baristas #baristasneworleans
We’ll keep this post updated with more businesses as we see them!