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Russian Post has recruited 365 residents of Vladivostok and Artem

Russian Post has recruited 365 residents of Vladivostok and Artem
Photo: Russian Post Press Service

Since the beginning of the year, Russian Post has recruited 365 residents of Vladivostok and Artem. Most of them joined the ranks of the post office during the period of restrictive measures - from March to September.

According to the press service of Russian Post, during the period of self-isolation, the services of postmen and telecom operators have become especially in demand and have grown tenfold. Russian Post has increased its remote service and began delivering packages and parcels to home. The demand for postal services continues to grow now. In this regard, the Russian Post continues to recruit additional employees in Vladivostok and Artem.

Most of all, new employees are required for the positions of operators for working with clients in the hall and postmen who deliver parcels, letters and essential goods to the client's door, accept payments and provide services using mobile post office terminals. Heads of post offices and their deputies are also required.

The advantage for job seekers is the ability to choose a place of work near home or officially get a part-time job. All employees are guaranteed employment in accordance with the Labor Code, stable salary payments, convenient schedule, social guarantees and paid sick leave.

Working at Russian Post will be interesting for young people - the company has a rich corporate life, there is an opportunity for career growth. Employees under 35 years old can become members of the Youth Council of the Russian Post, which implements socially significant volunteer and charitable projects.

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