Do you like driving trucks or just want to be in the truck-driving business in general? Then you probably want to know if Dayton Freight hires felons.
Dayton Freight is a private less-than-truckload (LTL) freight carrier in Ohio and is one of the country’s 13th largest LTL companies with over 70 service centers in 15 Midwest states and over 5,500 employees. They’ve got a lot of job openings for truckers, mechanics, customer service, and more, so it makes sense you’d think of them when looking for work!
And we know a thing or two about that! Relaunch Pad has made more than 1,000 company profiles designed to help you find a job, despite your record. To do this, our team directly contacted each US company to find out about their hiring policies for former felons, and this includes Dayton Freight. We then took to the internet and researched them to make sure we could give you tips to help you through the application and interview processes.
In this article, we’ll give you information for you to get a job at Dayton Freight with a felony. We are going to answer the following questions, and more:
- Does Dayton Freight hire people with misdemeanors?
- Does Dayton Freight have special programs for hiring felons?
- Does Dayton Freight do background checks?
- What are some entry-level jobs?
Here at the Relaunch Pad, we commiserate with what you’re going through. Not just because we’re nice people, but because many of the folks on our staff are former felons and know from personal experience the struggles you’re having on the job hunt.
We’ll drive on and give you the information you need to know about how to get hired at Dayton Freight with a felony record.