We strive to ensure our employees work in an environment that is conducive to good health and reduced risk, and educate and up-skill employees so that they reach their full potential
Minimum Requirements for Bidvest Vericon Employees include Matric Certificate with a specific focus on numeracy skills.
In addition to this, each of our process controllers are required to meet the prescribed minimum score for our customised assessment called, ACE.
ACE stands for Auditor Cognisance Evaluation (ACE), which simply means it will test the potential of an individual to work as a Bidvest Vericon Process Controller.
ACE tests seven key areas that are essential to productivity and efficiency in the warehouse:
- Counting Skills
- Observation Skills
- Memory and Learning Ability
- Attention to Detail
- Auditing Skills
- Physical Scanning Ability
- Sorting Skills
The ACE test is customised and has been developed utilising almost 2 decades of expertise. It is a proven predictor of performance across the different warehouse arenas
Our Training Programmes are fully accredited by the Warehouse and Retail SETA and range from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 3.
Our training is divided into 3 phases:
We believe that people should have a career and not just a job. For this reason, career opportunities are driven by encouraging employees to apply for vacancies within the company.
Special emphasis is placed on people from disadvantaged backgrounds in order for transformation to take place at organisational level.
Various and diverse business units allow for diversity which caters for a wide range of education, skill and passion.
Developing talent is something that we strive for at Bidvest Vericon. In line with this we are proud to have learnerships in place to ensure that we assist young people with their career development. The Learnership programme aims to create a pipeline of young talent within the business. The programme offers learners an opportunity to gain on-the-job practical workplace experience while providing ongoing support and training. The successful completion of the Learnership culminating in the leaner receiving a SETA recognised national qualification.
If you pick the right people and give them the opportunity to spread their wings and put compensation as a carrier behind it, you almost don’t have to manage them.”
– Jack Welch