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Written by Erin Bird, Project Owner - Corporate Website In honor of celebrating the life of...
Your mental and financial health matter more than ever during these uncertain times. At Dot, we encourage you to take advantage of these free resources for guidance, support, and peace of mind.
Dot offers different options of “flexible work arrangements” that employees may benefit from. They are built around flexibility in scheduling, as well as flexibility in the place of work.
Your mental, physical, and financial well-being are important to everyone at Dot. These services are designed to make your health a priority.
Rossiter, who had heard about 2x4s for Hope in his morning meeting, asked his shift supervisor for permission to save the “load bars” that come in on the rear or some inbound loads to save for the charity’s next tiny home build.
Meet Patricia. Administrative Clerk. Community Advocate. Family Superwoman. After 15 years of being a hairdresser, Patricia felt it was time for a career change.
Meet Carrie. Senior Business Development Manager. Wife. Mom. Toddler Negotiator Extraordinaire. Learn how Carrie was able to find balance between being a mom and continuing her career.
Meet Elly. Director of Pricing. Former Teaming with Local Charities (TLC) Committee Head. Community Advocate. Volunteerism Role Model.
Meet Lori. Operations Support Manager. Used-to-be Pricing Supervisor. Tenured Dot Employee. Lori Orr, Illinois Operations Support Manager, has carved an interesting career path in her 11+ years with Dot Foods.
Meet Sheila. Assistant Transportation Manager. Kidney Donor. When she found out her friend needed a kidney, she got tested to see if she was an eligible donor.