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Employment

Join the Great Lakes Family!

Welcome to the Careers section of Great Lakes Foods Website. We are a fast growing grocery wholesaler serving a network of over 100 retail Grocery stores in Wisconsin and the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. We are constantly looking for bright, motivated people ready to make a contribution to our success. If you are looking to build a career in an enviromnent of respect, honesty and integrity then we would like you to consider joining our team.

Great Lakes Foods is a great place to work and grow with the company and community.

We offer competitive wages and full benefits.

Here is a list of current openings at our Support and Distribution Center in Menoninee, Michigan

Open job descriptions below.

Download the Associate Application below, fill it out, and drop it off at:

Great Lakes Foods
1230 48th Ave
Menominee, MI 49858
Att: Human Resources Dept

or email Cindy Linsmeier, Human Resource Manager at:

clinsmeier@greatlakesfoods.com

Download the Driver/Transportation application

Download the Warehouse/Office application


EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY & HARASSMENT

PURPOSE

Great Lakes Foods recruits and hires diverse individuals whose qualifications, abilities and interests most closely match our current employment needs. It is also committed to providing a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. The purpose of this policy is to set forth the Company's expectations regarding behavior of associates when interacting with other associates and the Company's customers and business partners. The Company is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all individuals and following employment practices designed to prevent illegal discrimination. This means that it will strive to hire and promote individuals and to administer all human resources actions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disabilities of otherwise qualified individuals, age, marital status, veteran status, status relating to public assistance, genetic information, and other characteristics as required by law. It is also the Company's policy to provide a work environment that is free from any form of illegal harassment. Harassment is unwelcome behavior based on a legally protected characteristic, including, but not limited to, verbal or physical conduct that creates a hostile or intimidating environment or interferes with an individual's work performance, employment opportunities or other privileges of employment. Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. Illegal harassment can be based upon conduct by a co-worker, temporary associate, contractor, supervisor, vendor, customer or supplier. Examples of such behavior include: Telling jokes that are racist, sexist or otherwise offensive due to national origin or disability; Making offensive, derogatory or degrading remarks about gender, race, ancestry, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or disability; Sending offensive or derogatory e-mail messages; Unwanted physical contact, advances or propositions; Unwanted staring or leering; The display of sexually suggestive objects or pictures; and Any other behavior that creates a hostile or intimidating work environment. To comply with the Company's commitment to equal employment opportunity and policies against discrimination and harassment, you should not discriminate against any associate, customer or employee of any business partner of the Company on the basis of a legally protected characteristic, including but not limited to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, veteran status, or status relating to public assistance. When making employment-related decisions regarding individuals or groups of persons, these factors cannot be taken into account. You are also expected to refrain from engaging in any activity that constitutes harassment based on a legally protected characteristic of associates, independent contractors, or any person with whom the Company does business. You should report any inappropriate or harassing behavior, whether it is directed at you or any other associate, to your immediate supervisor, a higher level of management in your organization, or the Human Resources Department.