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Published on Jun 01 2023

Distribution Center Laborer

$20.95 - $23.95  per hour
Visa required: H-2B
From Nov 1, 2022 to Mar 31, 2023


Rating: 4 out of 5 (1 reviews)

1 Ashley Way
Arcadia, WI 54612
United States

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Job description

[Duties]: Operate forklifts and powered industrial vehicles equipped to move materials around distribution center. Perform safety check of powered industrial vehicle prior to operation. Charge vehicle batteries at assigned battery station. Inspect product load for accuracy by verifying quantity on computer inquiry screens and safely move it around the facility to ensure timely and complete delivery. Use scanning equipment to locate product in distribution center and ensure accurate inventory of goods. Hand-manipulate product from primary location to cart or pallet/plate. Pick orders and prepare goods for shipment. Inform supervisor of needed backorders of product, scanning problems, product out of sequence, or damaged product. Perform trailer audit (verify trailer number, cleanliness, condition) prior to loading and inform supervisor of deficiencies. Assist with training of other employees. Participate in team meetings and training sessions. Forklift/powered industrial equipment training will be provided on the job.

[Requirements]: Must be able to work weekends. Must be able to lift up to 100lbs (with assistance). Must be able to manipulate up to 250lbs (with assistance).

[Terms & Conditions of Employment]: Fulltime - at least 40 hours per week. Monday - Thursday, 5:00PM - 3:00AM (4 days a week, 10 hours a day; hours may vary; may be required to work weekends).

Paid weekly, wages calculated each workweek. Workers will be paid no less than $20.95 per hour. Returning workers and workers with more experience may be paid higher wage rates (ranging from $20.95 to $23.95 per hour). Overtime will be paid at 1.5 times worker’s regular hourly pay ($31.43 to $35.93 per hour). Employer will make all deductions from the worker's paycheck as required by law.

On-the-job training provided. The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job.

[Lodging, Daily Transport, Deductions, Benefits]: Optional employee housing available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cost of approximately $150/week (reasonable cost) deducted from paycheck. Lodging damage deposit ($10/week) deducted from paycheck, refundable at end of contract if room is damage-free.

Daily transportation to/from worksite provided if worker lives at company housing site.

Benefits available after 90 days of employment include health, vision, dental, and holiday/vacation pay.

[Inbound/Outbound Transportation]: If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, employer will reimburse the worker for transportation and subsistence from the place of recruitment to the place of work. Reimbursement will be included in first paycheck following 50% completion.

Upon completion of the work contract or where the worker is dismissed earlier, employer will provide or pay for worker's reasonable costs of return transportation and subsistence back home or to the place the worker originally departed to work, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer. The amount of transportation payment or reimbursement will be equal to the most economical and reasonable common carrier for the distances involved. Subsistence will be at least $14.00 per day of travel to a maximum of $59.00 per day with documentation of actual expenses. Employer will provide or pay the reasonable costs for lodging where lodging is necessary.

Employer will reimburse worker in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government, incurred by the worker.

[Three-fourths Guarantee]: The employer guarantees three-fourths of the total number of work hours of each 12-week period for beginning with the first workday after arrival of the worker or the advertised contractual first date of need, whichever is later, and ending on the expiration of the date specified in the work contract.

Special Requirements

Must be able to work weekends. Must be able to lift up to 100lbs (with assistance). Must be able to manipulate up to 250lbs (with assistance).

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Did you know that... there are 2 types of H-2 visas?

Agricultural workers get H-2A visas. H-2B workers are in non-agricultural jobs like construction.

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