Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 20, 2016
You work for 8.25/hr and you are doing hard labor. Hammering and nailing stools all day. They give you a global cash card, but you work all week to literally wait hours after you have completed your shift and the pay still doesnt hit your card. They are unorganzied, they will have you working for little a nothing (slavery), and will pay you on their time. Not on Friday morning or afternoon like any other job. I got off at 2:39 today and its 10mins til 4. I have not received my paycheck yet.
regional manager (Former Employee) – Wood Dale, IL – January 25, 2016
Overseen all the day to day functions of our multi-million dollar clients. Assumed the role of managing 4 offices in the Northwest Region and assured that all offices were profitable and meeting all standards with our clients. Also completed all payroll and HR aspect of our most profitable clients. Created job orientations to suit clients need. Managed all onsite activity and did the operation management of our main warehouses.I learned to multitask, learned client relations, learned the sales aspect and completed quarterly reviews and presentations to address the productivity of our temporary employees working with our clients. Provided safety meetings with our employees to keep them up to date with all safety protocol. Completed productivity reports for our temporary employees to make sure they were doing the proper job functions to standards and making sure goals were being met. Did all recruiting for all positions that needed to be filled.
Flexible, great team to work for, very accommodating
long shift and hours, Work cell phone were answered 24 hours long. Some clients were 3 shifts, so you had to work whichever shift you were needed
Boot Mold maker/material handler (Former Employee) – Northlake, IL – March 3, 2016
Good co-workers, nice working environment the hardest thing was dealing with the heat inside the warehouse and of course the best part was getting to learn everything in each department and getting off early in the afternoon
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 21, 2014
Give an inch and they take a mile is a perfect expression for this company. You are expected to accommodate to the constant new management every quarter. Drive and work out of many offices and not reimbursed for time or gas spent. Employees are not as focused on being a team player as you would think. In the end each person only cares for their own well being, especially upper management. Throwing people "under the bus" is their forte. The hardest part of this job was hearing the employees and manager talk about the temporary workers and applicants. They did not care about placing quality and experienced people to work. They saw them as dollar signs and stereotypes.
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – January 5, 2015
The hardest part of this job was adapting to the below freezing temperature. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to operate all heavy duty machinery. My coworkers were really nice people but lacked discipline. I learned how to pick in all the departments at this job. Management needs improvement.
some lunch ins. no pressure at work
management lacked authority. coworkers would do as they please
Machine Operator & Machine Set (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – January 23, 2013
the info from accurate personnel was less than accurate on a constant basis working for them as side jobs here and there worked ok at best but when i took a full time gig the info accurate gave me and the info from the employer did not match at all i ended up working as a temp for nine months with constant assurance that id be let on permanent the company they set me up with hired outside of accurate offered me a lower position than i was currently working less pay than id been making the entire time and asked that i keep up all with all my usual work and constant unessasary over time worst people to put faith in ive met .
Mailroom Clerk (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 27, 2012
A typical day at work is just sorting and throwing mail. I learned how to read the different codes that are on mail and what section to put it in. I have a wonderful manager who makes sure I know everything about my department. I have wonderful co-workers who are very helpful with whatever I need. There'sreally nothing to hard about my job. The most enjoyable part about my job would be sorting mail.
clean break room, rest rooms and most of all friendly people