URGENTLY HIRING FOR MULTIPLE POSITIONS!
$300 HIRING BONUS FOR JOINING OUR TEAM!
What We Will Offer You:
This Warehouse Associate Job Is For You, If You Would Enjoy:
Your Team is counting on you as a Warehouse Associate to:
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Hudson is North America's leading travel retailer. For over 30 years, Hudson has met the needs and wants of travelers in more than 1,000 duty-free, duty-paid, and food & beverage stores. We couldn’t serve our customers, landlords, and partners in airports, commuter terminals, hotels, and casinos without the continued support of our greatest assets: our team members. We’re dedicated to hiring and training exceptional team members, who are committed to serving the customer as the Traveler’s Best Friend. We strive to ensure we’re fulfilling our team members' career potentials through training, skills development, and career pathways – as our team members grow and succeed both personally and professionally, so does Hudson.
UFCW 3000 is the largest private-sector union in Washington with over 46,000 members working in grocery store retail health care and other industry jobs. UFCW 21 is a chartered member of UFCW International with over 1.4 million workers in North America. We believe in the promise of America. A promise that our children can lead better lives than ours. A promise that with hard work and standing up for our rights we can make a decent living that includes a good wage health care and retirement.
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