Warehouse / Forklift OperatorStaffworksNew Berlin, NYPrepare excess supplies and load into storage or return truck to offsite buffer warehouse; ensure counts/codes/quantities. 1-3 years in a production or warehouse environment. Follow Chobani safety procedures. $19.5 an hour Full-time2nd Shift Warehouse LoadersStaffWorks, IncWatertown, CTJob DescriptionOur customer, an international wax manufacturer, is seeking Warehouse Loaders on 2nd Shift. Warehouse loaders follow safety procedures to prevent injuries while performing heavy lifting and operating warehouse equipment. $15 an hour
Oversees the movement of inventory from inbound carries to Receiving Dock and from Receiving Dock to the Warehouse in an efficient, effective and safe manner.
To be successful as a warehouse supervisor you should be experienced in optimizing warehousing processes and be an effective team leader.
Warehouse & Recycling AssociateStaffworks, IncAnsonia, CTOne of our clients, a packaging recycling company, is looking to hire a Warehouse Associate to fulfill material processing and warehousing duties. Data entry of records into scrap inventory database using desktop PCs. $16 an hour Full-timeWarehouse / Forklift OperatorStaffworksLittle Falls, NY2nd shift Warehouse/Forklift position. Staffworks is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 2nd shift Warehouse/Forklift position. Will train on 1st shift for a few weeks prior to transitioning to 2nd shift. $15 an hourLoader / WarehouseStaffworks, IncOxford, CTOur client is a medical products manufacturer located in Oxford, CT, have been in business since 2007 and have been continuing to grow ever since! $15 an hourWarehouse AssociateStaffWorks, IncNew Haven, CTOur client, a growing pump manufacturing company located in New Haven, CT, is seeking a Warehouse Associate for a temporary to hire opportunity- available immediately. Our client, a growing pump manufacturing company located in New Haven, CT, is seeking a Warehouse Associate for a temporary to hire opportunity- available immediately. $16 an hour
In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work.
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