Melaleuca hiring 150 people to meet increased order demand from COVID-19

Melaleuca has immediate openings for 150 jobs in Idaho and Tennessee to help meet increased order demand since the outbreak of COVID-19. As the pandemic continues its crawl across the world, online orders for Melaleuca’s wellness products have soared. To keep pace, the company is filling 100 positions at its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Knoxville and another 50 positions in Idaho Falls.  

“The most urgent need right now is for individuals in our distribution center,” said Cole Clinger, Melaleuca’s Chief Operations Officer. “We have a state-of-the-art system where the customer places their order, the employee then picks the items, puts them in a box and the box is then taped and shipped out.”

Due to a record rise in unemployment across the country, several news outlets have covered Melaleuca’s need to hire more workers. Among them are and KPVI News 6 in Idaho as well as WATE News 6, WBIR Channel 10 and in Tennessee.


While many industries are facing dramatic slowdowns due to COVID-19, Melaleuca is experiencing an unprecedented surge due to the world’s heightened focus on health and wellness and the preference to purchase items online—areas in which Melaleuca excels.

“Health is on everyone’s minds right now and we are the Wellness Company,” said Cole Clinger, Melaleuca’s Chief Operations Officer. “People want a healthy immune system and they know we have great nutrition products. The number of new customers coming to Melaleuca is exploding. The orders are coming in so fast from those new customers and our existing customers that we need more people to fill them.”

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