While this might sound crazy to some, I'm currently in my fourth job since joining Dot less than three years ago. But that's not a bad thing with Dot. The company finds your strongest skills and puts you in the position to succeed.
Even without a strong transportation background, Dot Transportation helped me get my start and learn the industry as a management trainee. Just over a year later I joined Dot Foods as an operations transfer manager, then warehouse training manager and now cooler warehouse manager.
With each of these different positions came a new set of challenges, and an opportunity to succeed. Dot appreciates and rewards hard work better than any company I've ever worked for. I work hard, but I've worked hard before with other companies, too. I feel like Dot truly recognizes it.
That's a huge difference that sets Dot apart from the others.