What are some entry-level jobs?
The main entry-level position at Conair is in the warehouse, so having skills in picking, packing and shipping will come in handy. You’ll have long hours in the warehouse and on your feet, so make sure you’re ready for that.
Starting off on the ground floor will give you the opportunity to learn the business and move up within the company.
How to get hired at Conair with a felony
You want to see about a job at Conair, even though you have a conviction on your record, and aren’t sure where to start. Good news. That’s what we’re here for!
You’ll need to talk up your warehouse experience:
First and foremost, do you have experience in a warehouse setting? Let them know which companies you worked and at provide references if you can!
Do you have experience picking and packing? What about shipping? Talk up your experiences and skills.
If you need help with your resume, we have a guide for that too! Relaunch Pad’s Complete Guide to Making an Incredible Resume for Former Felons was written specifically for felons by felons.
You got a call back for an interview. Great! But now what? Now we’ll give you some helpful tips and tricks to get you through the interview process in one piece.
Sell them on your talents and experience. Bring a resume with you so you can reference it.
Talk about your skills and give specific examples of times you did your job really well.
Tell them you’re a team player. You’ll assist in other departments when needed and maybe even offer to volunteer for overtime or weekend work if needed.
Ask to work on a probationary period to prove your skills or ability to learn quickly.
Be honest throughout your interview, but in particular about your past. There’s no point in trying to hide anything because they’ll find out and it’ll cost you your job opportunity.
If you do these things, you’ll be ready to get a job at Conair with a felony.