When building an effective hiring funnel to fill a high volume of warehouse worker roles, HR practitioners must write clear and concise job descriptions. You don’t get a second chance to make a great first impression with your prospective employees, so it’s critical to take care when putting together your warehouse worker job description.
With more than 2 million warehouse workers in the U.S. alone, these logistics employees are the backbone of the domestic supply chain. Because of the increased demand for people to fill these positions, it’s vital that your HR team writes a job description that thoroughly explains the role and clearly communicates your company’s values.
Warehouse workers perform myriad tasks that keep warehouse operations running smoothly. Their duties typically include pulling and preparing orders, keeping the work area clean and safe, scanning and processing stock products, reporting on inventory, and using equipment to move items.
While compensation packages for warehouse workers vary across the country, according to Salary.com, the average hourly wage for warehouse workers typically ranges from $14 to $19.
[Company] is seeking an efficient warehouse worker to receive and process incoming stock, prepare and complete orders for delivery and/or pickup, and perform inventory and quality control.
Safety and efficiency are a priority here at [Company], and we are looking for warehouse workers who can adhere to these values.
If you’re in the process of hiring a high volume of warehouse workers or any other hourly roles, be sure to check out our one-pager, Strategies for High Volume Hiring!