Job was fine, if you could live off 1985 pay rate in 2012. Was willing to bide my time and hang in waiting to be hired full time and obtain health insurance. Worked the first full year with perfect attendance, but after working second year, once again with workers around you making 3 times what you did with full benefits, 9 per hour and waiting to be hired on finally took its toll. It really is true, its not what you know, its who you know, unfortunately.
Data Entry Clerk (Temporary) (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – May 25, 2016
This was far the best company that has helped me get multiple jobs trying new things. I would go ahead and still be with them if I didn't have to leave due to health insurance. If their benefits were better than I would had stayed and be working under them to this day.
Fast-paced Environment with Opportunities for Growth
Contracted Data Clerk (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – May 23, 2016
- A typical begins with a team huddle to set a game plan for the day. After the plan is chosen, team members disperse to carry out their portion of duties. Duties range from pulled files, organizing documents, opening files in software, determining whether the file is complete or incomplete, and sending a welcome letter to the borrower(s). -I learned that team work can be very enjoyable. I also learned that there are many ways to accomplish a goal. -The hardest part of my job was memorizing the systems/codes and creating a functional process. The most enjoyable part was engaging with my peers on a team.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Stuarts Draft, VA – May 22, 2016
It's ok, if you have to be a temp then we'll you have to go to an agency such as adecco. I personally the wages are horrible, you are making 9 an hour when people beside you are making 20. Also I felt as they didn't care about me as a person once my job assignment started, nor did they like hearing from you. I am glad to have gotten on full time at my job so I don't have to deal with them any more.
Dock Manager (Former Employee) – Ocala, FL – May 19, 2016
Seven days a week, each day starting the same. Finding the print count, how many newspapers per bundle, and then sorting them out for the paper carriers. I learned while working at Adecco how to operate fork lifts, and pallet jacks. How to work around conveyor belts safely, how to manage a group of people even in hostile situations. I learned how to work in a high stress environment, and how important every little detail can be. The district managers and general managers I worked with were very knowledgeable and were always willing to provide guidance on unique situations. My co-workers varied more here than any other job, I tried to find a common ground with each of them so that we could work together in relative harmony. The hardest part of the job was working seven days a week, even in storms and hurricanes. The most enjoyable part of the job was working inside and outside, being able to enjoy calm and warm Florida nights.
Good pay, going home when the work is finished, leading to short work nights on occasion.
Working in inclement weather, working seven days a week.
Selector (Former Employee) – Solon, OH – May 18, 2016
As a warehouse worker, producing battery molds for boats, which included flaming trimming and making sure the mold was properly weighed, enjoyed the staff good people to be around with, enjoyed the cookouts , and bonuses.
Mail Sorter (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – May 18, 2016
A typical day at work starts with a team meeting detailing what we will do that day, and the times that we will be doing them. the number of hours depends on the amount of work that we have to do, not including the hour-long lunch break at 11:00 til Noon. I have learned a lot from the co-workers and the management, like how to sort mail and how to pack them, how to organize the mail for transport. My co-workers were great, they were very energetic and ready to start the day, we also laugh and learn with each other. The hardest part of the job is how to pack the mail neatly so that is can't drop. But the most enjoyable part is the relationships that I forged with the people I worked with.