For the past two years, Dot employees Caden Miller and Kenzie Brocksieck have participated in the Quincy to Peoria St. Jude run. The run is an annual charity event benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Being a diverse and inclusive employer is one of Dot’s top business priorities. But language diversity is something that can be challenging to understand. What is language diversity? Why is it important? Why does it matter at Dot?
At Dot Foods, safety is always top of mind. Whether you are behind the wheel of a Dot truck, working in the warehouse, or hanging out in the break room, safety is always on our minds.
With a history deeply rooted in tradition and excellence, Dot takes pride in the opportunities and jobs we can provide for veterans.
Kamden started as a warehouse material handler, just like a lot of Dot employees do. But then he discovered the many opportunities Dot Foods has to offer.