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Warehouse work here! This topic explores those who are interested in working in a warehouse as well as those who currently do. Want to learn about different warehouse roles, how to get them, and how to survive the tough demands? This is the topic for you!
Lawrence White
Jobcase Contributor
3 days ago
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Second Chance Jobs @Dave's Killer Bread!

Dave's Killer Bread believes in Second Chance Employment. Hiring the best person for the job, regardless of criminal history.

A Second Chance - gives people an opportunity not only to make a living, but to make a life. - Dave's Killer Bread Careers

Dave's Killer Bread currently has Production, Warehouse, Maintenance, Machine Operator, Management, and other job openings at the following locations, (Click on the link(s) below to access full list of job openings):

Apply online today at Dave's Killer Bread Careers

Check out the Second Chances Resource Center for tips, suggestions, and job search advice specifically designed for ex-offenders looking to establish good employment.

#daveskillerbread #hiringnews #jobsearch #secondschances #midwest #manufacturing #warehouse #maintenance #management

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Michelle Earle
almost 2 years ago

US Xpress is Hiring!

Lots of great benefits: Medical, tuition reimbursement. Here's a link to learn more about careers with US Xpress: https://www.usxpress.com/careers/

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james smith
about 1 month ago
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Keith Lavigne
over 1 year ago

Speed limiters

My rant is speed limiters or governed trucks ,I know it all about saving fuel and $ on insurance ,but I feel that we're the professional driver doing this for a living ,why do they need to regulate our speed when they don't regulate a driver of a motorvehicle that has little to no experience literally ,like a teenager can get into a vehicle and drive any speed they want ,I don't see any benefit to having speed limiters on commercial vehicles other than to regulate the profits of the company owners because 1) it saves on overall fuel mpg 2) it limits the amount of miles that they have to pay per day &most of us are paid by the mile ,so they get away from paying overtime &holiday pay ,personally I believe it causes fatigue &stress ,also inattentive driving because the drivers just set and forget it

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Laila Nashat
Community Specialist
almost 2 years ago

Veterans Earn Extra at US Xpress

US Xpress is offering military veterans the opportunity to quickly and easily transition into truck driving as a profession through their US Xpress Military Program.

Veterans who are eligible for GI Bill benefits can sign up for the US Xpress Apprenticeship Program and receive supplemental income from the VA while completing their training. Veterans who are not eligible for GI Bill benefits can apply to the US Xpress Advanced Rate of Pay Program, which starts veterans out at a rate comparable to an applicant with two years of trucking experience.

US Xpress is so dedicated to attracting military veterans, that they are holding several career fairs around the country on the following dates:

5/1 - Camp Lejeune, North Carolina 5/15 - Ft Lee, Virginia 5/16 - Ft Hood, Texas 5/25 - Chicago Memorial Day Parade 6/20 - Ft Gillem, Georgia 7/4 - Washington D.C. Independence Day Parade

Interested in applying or attending? Click here to learn more about this program!

Looking to be your own boss? US Xpress Owner Operators get great benefits and the support they need to start and run their own trucking business. Click here to learn more about the US Xpress Owner Operator program.

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
about 2 months ago
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1200+ entry level warehouse positions available!

These jobs will play a critical role for our country as McKesson, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prepares for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines once authorized or approved by the FDA and recommended by CDC.

Independent staffing services companies are hiring warehouse workers to support projects in the locations below.

  • Manteno, IL - Earn up to $24.07/hour
  • Groveport, OH - Earn up to $22.83/hour
  • Harrisburg, PA - Earn up to $23.03/hour
  • Olive Branch, MS - Earn up to $18.22/hour
  • Louisville, KY - Earn up to $20.12/hour

McKesson values the work that you do and are seeking individuals who will help cultivate an environment of integrity, respect, accountability, collaboration and a customer-first mindset.

Immediate opportunities available for more than 1200+ warehouse positions for Material Handlers and Machine Operators.

Click here for more job details and submit your online job application today for immediate employment consideration.

#McKesson #hiringnews #jobsearch #warehouse #covid19 #materialhandler

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Latoya Ivy
over 1 year ago

Protection with privacy and respect.

Welcoming a Righteous New King.

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John Huang
12 months ago
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Amazon hires ex-felons

If you are struggling to find a job due to a criminal record, Amazon has options as warehouse workers or delivery drivers that could be available for you. While the work isn't always easy, the pay is decent starting at $15 an hour and often they are willing to give you a chance.

For Ex-Offenders: Amazon's official policy is that they will not discriminate against someone with a felony. The potential candidate needs to meet all the job requirements, and pass a background check. Amazon, like most companies typically looks as far as 7 years back into your criminal history, so if your felony was earlier than that you have a better chance of getting the job. However, regardless of when your felony happened, you should still apply and make a full disclosure about your past in the application.

Starting out as a delivery driver in their Amazon Flex program is the easiest option as it require no interview or drug test outside of a standard background check. However, you will need to own a car and have a clean driving record. If your felony is connected with assault, robberies, car theft, etc, you will likely not be hired.

If you don't own a car, working at one of their warehouses as a fulfillment associate is also an option. The requirements for warehouse roles are more stringent though. It does require you to attend an in-person hiring event with employment documents like a passport or birth certificate and pass a drug test in addition to a background check.

For warehouse roles, if you have been charged with any type of violent crimes, sex related crimes, theft and drug related crimes you will most likely not be hired but you should apply anyways.

According to research from hirefelons.org, being 100% honest about your conviction is a key factor that can determine your chances of employment. All felons that report about getting a job at an Amazon fulfillment center, share that they have been very forthcoming about their criminal past.

During the interview, make an effort to establish a personal connection with the manager and try to get him/her to empathize with your situation. If the hiring managers likes you, they will be much more willing to offer you a job, despite the felony conviction.

For more information about the two roles I mentioned check out my post: Inside the Two Jobs at Amazon that Almost Anyone Can Get

Ready to see if any Amazon jobs are available near you? Search Jobcase listings: https://www.jobcase.com/jobs

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Snelling Staffing
6 months ago
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General Labor / Warehouse Positions in Northlake, TX. Hiring Now!

#SnellingStaffing has client that needs General Labor / Warehouse Associates to start immediately in Northlake, TX.

Pay starts at $12.00 / hr with benefits offered.

#Apply today at https://www.snelling.com/job_seekers-employment-opportunities/job-search-1/?job=78186

#hiringevents #jobsearch #warehouselogistics #jobs #nowhiring #hiring #warehouse #staffing #applyonline

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