The ERG formally known as “Young Professionals” will continue to be devoted to helping Dot employees grow their careers through networking, training sessions, and leadership opportunities—but it will now be known as “Connect.”
The Mt. Sterling Family Health Center grand opening was held on February 3. Representatives from the city and Dot employees and their families toured the state-of-the-art facility.
HBCU Connect, LLC works with thousands of organizations to assist in efforts to reach students and alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). This year, Dot Foods has the distinguishing honor of being named #20 in the Top 50 Diversity Recruitment Employers.
Workplace flexibility is becoming an increasingly useful approach to assist businesses in managing productivity and attracting talent. Also called “flexible work arrangements,” workplace flexibility strategies offer companies avenues to create supportive, inclusive workplaces for all employees.
The Center for Career Development unveiled a new tool in 2019—the Career Opportunities Guide (COG). The Guide is meant to help broaden Dot employees’ visibility to potential career paths that will help them gain the experiences and skills necessary to pursue their long-term career aspirations within Dot.
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.