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Radial, a bpost group company, today announced its plan to bring on an additional 3,500 workers in Northern Kentucky to support the increased demand during the upcoming holiday season. As eCommerce grows and expectations around delivery evolves, job opportunities in fulfillment centers have expanded dramatically as warehouse operations can have a direct impact on the consumer experience. With the rise of eCommerce, there are now more than one million warehouse workers fulfilling online orders in the U.S. according to the  Bureau of Labor Statistics  – a five percent increase in available jobs from 2017. With demand for fulfillment talent growing increasingly competitive, Radial differentiates itself through its commitment to a positive work environment. Seasonal workers enjoy the benefits of competitive hourly wages, a fun and fast-paced team environment, flexible work schedules, overtime and holiday pay, employee discounts, and a referral bonus program. The fulfillment centers in Richwood also provide holiday meals and fun events, giving workers a chance to unwind while at work. Seasonal hires will join the more than 2,950 regular, full-time employees at Radial's 20 fulfillment centers across the country to help pack and ship customers' holiday orders. For individuals seeking long-term employment, there is opportunity for seasonal associates to transition into full-time positions in some markets. At the fulfillment centers in Richwood, seasonal hires will have the chance to work with some of the world's favorite brands and retailers including EXPRESS. Workers will source orders and send them to their final destinations faster using Radial's technology, fulfillment and transportation solutions. "With a recent study from Radial finding 34 percent of U.S. shoppers expect to receive their packages in two-days or less, our team of fulfillment associates work behind the scenes to ensure every order runs seamlessly," said Sean McCartney, executive vice president, operations services, at Radial. "We're thrilled to be creating so many additional jobs in Richwood and are excited to welcome back the seasonal workers who return each year. If you thrive in an energized, fast-paced, and rewarding workplace, and are looking to be a part of something bigger this holiday season, we'd love for you to join our team." If candidates are looking for more than just a seasonal job, Radial currently has many opportunities to become a full-time associate. To learn more about Radial's seasonal job openings in Northern Kentucky, visit  https://www.radial.com/jobs/seasonal-workforce/northern-kentucky .
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A new survey from global staffing firm Robert Half shows it's more of the latter these days. Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of employees polled said they've achieved a good to excellent work-life balance. Forty-three percent think it's getting better compared to three years ago. Professionals in Nashville, Denver, Atlanta, Cincinnati, San Diego and Raleigh reported the most dissatisfaction in their work-life balance. Employees in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco scored the highest marks. View an infographic of the  best and worst cities for work-life balance  along with data tables by age and gender. "When employees can enjoy their personal lives alongside work responsibilities, they are happier and less stressed and bring their best efforts to the job," said Paul McDonald, senior executive director for Robert Half. In fact, according to Robert Half  research  linking happy workers with higher productivity and increased loyalty, employees who felt they achieved symmetry between work and home were two times more likely to be happy on the job compared to those who reported they didn't. So, who should be responsible for work-life balance? Thirty-nine percent of employees think it's the company's job. But in a separate survey, 26 percent of business leaders said they believe achieving that balance is primarily the employee's concern. McDonald notes that management teams who support work-life balance recognize the benefits to their organization. "Companies that value the well-being of their employees are more likely to attract and retain skilled talent in today's competitive hiring environment. Basically, happy and well-balanced workers mean less burnout and turnover."
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