Sunday September 20th, 2020 4:29PM

Buford company plans to hire nearly 200 seasonal workers

By AccessWDUN Staff

Radial, a bpost group company based in Buford, announced Thursday it will hire 196 workers for the upcoming holiday season. 

Company officials said in a press release that seasonal workers will join the more than 2,950 regular, full-time employees at Radial’s more than 20 fulfillment centers across the country to help pack and ship customers’ holiday orders.

At the fulfillment center in Buford, seasonal workers will have the chance to work with some of the world’s favorite brands and retailers. Workers will source orders and send them to their final destinations using Radial’s technology, fulfillment and transportation solutions.

For more details about Radial's seasonal job openings in Buford, visit Radial’s career page here.



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Buford company plans to hire nearly 200 seasonal workers
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