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ORR Careers Updates

ORR places a great emphasis on treating all associates with respect and fairness. We seek to eliminate hierarchies and foster a collaborative environment where anyone can grow and succeed. We use the word “associate” instead of “employee” because we like to think of ORR as a place where everyone works together toward a common goal.

Our associates are the reason that ORR remains a “family” company with high workplace satisfaction. We wanted to shine a spotlight on just a few of the many amazing people that consistently make ORR one of the Best Places to Work.

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ORR Corporation History

Intern Insights from Hannah, an ORR Customer Service Associate

If you asked me six months ago about where I would be working in the summer of 2017, ORR Safety would not have crossed my mind. I am currently a junior at Indiana University Southeast working towards a triple business major in Marketing, Finance and Personal Selling & Sales Management. My time in college is nearing its end and I have realized how important it is for me to pursue an internship in what I am interested in and build my resume before I enter the workforce post-graduation. I visited the career development center on my campus this past semester to get started on this path. The advisors there helped me build my resume and LinkedIn profile and then advised me to attend the job fair scheduled for the following week.

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ORR Corporation History

Intern Insights - My Hiring Process


Many of my peers on campus have the same question when applying for a job “Will I be able to land an internship with a respectable company where I can learn and still graduate on time?”

The question often plagues hopeful college juniors in the Computer Information Systems (CIS) track, since internships are required for graduation. Some unfortunate students even find themselves adding an extra semester to meet the requirement. The market has responded and companies in the area know they need to get on board with the intern-hiring trend. Of course, the CIS department is facing a new problem: more students are enrolling as CIS majors. This means more competition and possibly a longer job hunting process.

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ORR Corporation History

Intern Insights: Early Mistakes and How I Learned From Them

As I look back at a few of the mistakes I have made as an intern, there is one quote that always comes to mind. The quote is from Sir Richard Branson, who most of us know as the founder of Virgin Group. Sir Branson once said, “My attitude has always been, if you fall flat on your face, at least you’re moving forward. All you have to do is get back up and try again.” As an intern at ORR Corporation in Louisville, I have made plenty of errors and my face has been breaking my falls quite a bit. Fortunately, I work with a team that allows me to make mistakes and gives me guidance on how to correct them. Listed below are the three biggest blunders I have made, and what I’ve learned from each.

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