They're Good At Finding Work.
Pros: they can find you work no matter what your skills.
Cons: be prepared for work and to work overtime.
They're good at finding work. However, they didn't match me up with the job(s) I actually qualified for and I ended up working on other machines I really didn't care for.
The employees at the company were great and possessed good communication skills. When I asked the production manager... "When am I going to get the chance to work on the sewing machine(s)?"
The reply was... What are you talking about? They found you a job and now you're not satisfied?
My point is... I requested that the job be closer to home (not too far away) and to match my skills as a Sewing Machine Operator. The company I was working at didn't put me on any sewing machine and just kept placing me everywhere else, except on a sewing machine.
As for Accurate, they filled a spot so they can collect their money. This lasted a month (4 weeks) and I stopped going to that company on the north side. I informed both company of my dissatisfaction with their misunderstanding and not seeing eye to eye with me.
As for Accurate, they showed inadequacies towards other people who signed up with them. I believe, it is an unfair business practice to tell the company you're about to work for that here is a worker and place him/her in whatever position you have available, instead of placing him/her for the position being offered (sewing machine operator).
So, if you like to just labor, then Accurate is for you.
As their business name implies what they do, then they should change it to something else like... LABOR TEMPS.
Thanks, but no thanks!