Questions and Answers about Uline Hiring Process

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It's extremely thorough. Honestly it's like they think you're applying to be President of the Company or something. It's really overkill for many of the positions and pay they are offering.

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Try not to take it personally, they are very selective on who they hire. You can try to reapply but once you are denied the first time you are in their system. Most likely you will get the customary dreaded email stating you have not been selected to continue in their hiring process.

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Thank you for your questions. We are growing at such a quick rate and we often hire multiple people for the same job. This is why we may have many job postings open for an extended period of time. We take pride in our turnover being well below industry average. Just this past year, 60% of our non-entry level roles were filled internally through promotions or lateral moves.

We can assure you that every resume and application is reviewed by a recruiter. Resumes are important in how we decide who we will interview. We look for skills that match the role, but past experience is also weighted strongly to determine if the applicant will align well with our values and thrive in our culture.

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If you are a fit, expect an interview within a week. Then the hiring process takes about 2 weeks after that.

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Next day! Recruiter was very professional and polite.

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It’s a number sequence test

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You could, but it's unlikely you'd be hired.

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Yes you are paid during the training period.

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College degrees from major universities, go to the top of the list. Also, if you know someone who works there. A referral goes a long way.

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