A Dunkin Donut store in St. Louis, Missouri, is opening a new avenue for job seekers who want to apply for unemployment.

    The company said Monday that its new application system will allow applications to be processed faster and with less paperwork than the existing application system.

    “We are thrilled to bring this new tool to our customers, and we look forward to helping them find the right job and making sure that they can get back to work as soon as possible,” Dunkin’s chief operating officer, Steve Jager, said in a statement.

    Dunkins application application site can now be accessed through Google Maps.

    The application system is expected to have a similar functionality to Google’s existing applications for jobs, and will be available in a number of other locations as well.

    The Dunkin store in Ferguson will be one of the first locations in the U.S. to launch the new application platform.

    The Dunkin Store in Ferguson has launched its application process, which allows applications to process faster.

    The location will be the first DunkinDonuts store in the United States to launch its application system, the company said.

    DuckinDonut said it was able to quickly launch the application process for the new DunkinStore.com application because it had the right software to support the technology.

    The application is currently available to applications for job positions in the Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa regions, Dunkin said.

    Employers are encouraged to apply in person at Dunkin stores, or use DunkinShop.com, which is the online application site Dunkin also operates.

    Dunnys new application process allows applications for positions in its stores and online applications to have an instant online approval.

    Applications are approved within two hours.

    Employees can also send an application to [email protected]

    The service was launched in August to help employers find qualified workers faster, Dunkins said.

    Dunkin has more than 1,000 Dunkin locations in more than 90 countries.