But, just in case you missed some of our readers’ favorite posts of the year, we listed them here so you can get caught up and end the year on a high note:
1. #MyDotStory: Cam Ward Administers Heimlich Maneuver & Saves Coworker’s Life
In late August, during a typical meal period in the break room at Dot Foods Tennessee, Warehouse Lead Dylan Speer had a life-threatening experience while eating lunch.
2. Celebrating Women at Dot Foods
This Women’s Equality Day, we are celebrating the women who make an impact at Dot every day. These women are at all different levels of the business and work in a variety of departments—from transportation to HR to marketing.
These women make a difference every single day to our employees, customers, and suppliers. They use their talents to create a supportive work environment and to drive Dot to new heights. We couldn’t do what we do without them.
3. Leap of Faith
Have you ever felt bored, stuck, or just curious at some point in your career?
I think we all hit that point where we stop and wonder: Is this it? Am I going to work here forever, or is there more out there for me?
I hit that point after 15 years with Dot Foods. I didn’t know what my dream job was, but I didn’t think I had it.
4. Unique Benefits at Dot Foods
5. Top 6 Things You Need to Know About Dot’s Intern Program
6. What You Need to Know About Behavioral Interviews
In the past decade, more and more employers have switched to something called “behavioral interviews.” But this can be a confusing term.
So we broke it down for you here—plain and simple. Behavioral interviewing means that an employer is interested in how you acted in specific professional situations. How do you respond when faced with change or a challenge? What happened when you were asked to do something you didn’t know how to do?
7. #MyDotStory | Roberto
Roberto is filled with optimism and energy as he comes to work every day. Always walking around with a smile on his face, Roberto emphasizes the importance of staying positive.
8. Dot Invests In You
Making that decision to commit to working for a company can be nerve-wracking and stressful. So, what if we told you that we are willing to invest as much in you as you are willing to invest in us and yourself? Working for a company who is committed to you is extremely important. We get that.