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Tractor Supply Company is looking to hire 150 employees to fit growing needs of the company.

The distribution center has made changes since the COVID-19 pandemic to benefit team members, attract new talent and “better support its stores during this unprecedented time.”

The company has also increased its starting employee rate by $1, meaning new team members can be hired in at a range of $15-$17.50 depending on the shift. They also offer a daily pay system, which means employees have the opportunity to use the vendor to receive payment as requested per stipulations.

In addition, current full-time team members have been given the option to enroll in benefits they opted out of at the beginning of the year such as medical plans to cover COVID-19. Tractor Supply Company covers the cost of testing and treatment for those individuals enrolled in a medical plan, according to Tractor Supply Company HR Business Partner Allison McCaffrey.

The company now offers medical, dental and vision plans to part-time employees as long as they meet the basic requirement of 10 hours per week. Part-time employees are also eligible for two hours of sick time per month.

“The part-time benefits are brand new to Tractor we’ve never offered them before,” McCaffrey said. “We’re growing and changing and we are trying to meet the needs of the people who are apart of our team and those who want to join our team.”

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“Tractor Supply Company is an essential retailer that provides needs-based products that rural customers depend on to help them take care of their families, homes, land, pets and animals,” McCaffrey said. “To support customers during this unprecedented time with increased store service and safety in our Distribution Center, Tractor Supply is hiring at their Franklin, KY Distribution Center across all shifts. We have full-time, part-time, and seasonal roles available and we are sure that there is a fit for you on the team.”

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