Logistics company to hire 4,000 people in Georgia for vacation
ATLANTA (AP) – Logistics company Radial Inc. plans to hire 4,000 entry-level workers outside of Atlanta this year ahead of the busy holiday season, the company said on Tuesday.
The new employees will work at two Atlanta-area distribution centers – one in Locust Grove and one in Buford – to process online orders from different brands, Radial said in a press release. The company then plans to promote more than a third of seasonal employees to full-time positions, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported..
According to the release, research by Radial shows that 65% of shoppers plan to spend more or similar amounts of money on their online purchases this year compared to 2020.
“We are thrilled to be able to open so many seasonal employment positions in the community and we look forward to seeing local talent join our team during such an exciting time of the year,” said Sabrina Wnorowski, Vice President of Resources human resources at Radial, in a press release. the statement.
Locust Grove distribution center site manager Eric Narvaez did not disclose how much the positions would be paid, but said the salary would be similar to that of other large companies like Home Depot and Amazon, the company said. ‘Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Radial is a Pennsylvania-based subsidiary of Bpost, the leading mail delivery company in Belgium. Earlier this month, UPS announced plans to hire 100,000 workers, including about 2,300 in the Atlanta area, to deal with the holiday season.
Adecco, a talent consulting firm, is hosting two different recruiting events on October 26 and 27 at McDonough to help fill vacancies at Radial.