It’s no question that Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) is important to Dot Foods. We’ve made strides in the way we recruit, hire, and onboard talent to ensure that each applicant is treated fairly and each new employee feels like part of the Dot family.
Not only is Oscar Twikala an interpreter and classroom trainer for warehouse employees in Mt. Sterling, he is also a two-time author, pastor, and a mentor. His schedule leaves little time for idleness.
On Monday, October 19, 2020, Dot Food is launching the Dot App to all employees companywide. We are looking forward to bringing information directly to your mobile device and delivering what you want, when you want it.
A lot has changed when it comes to technology at Dot Foods since our founding in 1960. What started out as a very manual operation has turned into something much more automated and reliant on computers.
The Accounts Payable (AP) and Accounts Receivable (AR) teams at Dot are keeping up with the times by constantly evolving and updating their technologies.
Inclusion is one of Dot’s core values and a primary pillar in our culture.