Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Saint Louis County, MO – June 13, 2016
a typical day at work for me is getting the job done do what i suppose to do ask questions if needed speak to my co-workers ask how they doing be friendly most enjoyable part of the job is getting it done
prep cook (Former Employee) – Martinsville, VA – November 2, 2015
The hardest part of the job was keeping the food refilled but i got it done and the fun part was working with new people I learned how to keep up with everyone and my co workers was amazing and the manager was awesome
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – August 9, 2015
a day at Ameristaff will consist of, me caring for patients and bringing patients with their medications. I learned to be patient with the elderly and caring for them. the hardest part of the job was the pay. but I loved the job.
cna (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – May 15, 2015
My boss did the best she could at getting me the hours I wanted and the days I actaully wanted, I was mostly on call while working there. My co workers was never the same, always having to learn new aides. Also, the resisdents was always chaning, none of them was ever the same. over all just balance new people, I loved it
Assembly worker (Former Employee) – Saint Peters, MO – February 23, 2015
Very Displeased about being "On Call" with no offers of employment. Even after working at least three jobs called to see what name to use as reference for employment, Management appeared unwilling to give name for employment verification.
appeared to be immediate employment
50.00 sign up fee, don't keep you employed continuously, poor communication when jobs are cancelled resulting in loss of gas and time
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Eden, NC – September 22, 2014
a typical day at work would be going in to the job and see what you have to do that day.What i learned from that job is how to sow sleeves on a shirt.Management was good any problems i went to them and we solved them together.My co-workers was great and showed me things the manager didn't at some times.The hardest part of the job was threading the sewing machine up to sew.The most enjoyable part of the job was getting along with people and having team work.
going to lunch next door at a truck stop to eat lunch
Laborer (Former Employee) – Bassett, VA – September 5, 2014
Even though this is a temp and or temp to hire employer they were great to work for, they would work around scheduling and even though my shift was an early morning shift they were not to strict if you were less than 5-10 mins late as long as you were not on a machine. Supervisors at the factory I was assigned to were wonderful and the workers at ameristaff were more than happy to try to get you the shift you needed. All together great job
Temp (Former Employee) – Martinsville, VA – August 27, 2013
My typical day there was doing lots of paper work, dealing with corporate and helping people find jobs. I learned that times can get really tough and things can get really hectic in an office environment. You have to learn to juggle a lot of things and work with a clear mind. My co workers were great. The hardest part of my days there were doing so much paper work and meeting my dead lines on it all. The best part of my day was having our evening meetings and actually talking to each other about how our days went and what we learned from it and what we would do different the next day.
unloaded trucks or pulled product from the shelves
Returns Associate-forklift operator (Former Employee) – Moberly, MO – August 21, 2012
most of my day was spent on a forklift unloading trucks or pulling product from the shelf then I would enter what I put and where I put it into the smart system I learned to drive a standup forklift that went up and down the management team was awesome the job I did was a solo job but still interacted with other members hardest part was trying to look underneath a large hose to inspect most enjoyable part was I was trusted enough to be on my own
I'm a very self motivated and dedicated employee. I've been with Ameristaff 1 year as of April 1,2014. I give 110% every single day. I have been trained to operate nearly every machine in Dialight Corp. I've been told by management and co-workers that I'm the most hard working temp employee that Ameristaff has ever sent to Dialight Corp. I need to work for a company that will offer permanent employment and more money like I was told when I was hired. I have a wife that is disabled and a 10 year old daughter to support and struggle doing so at 9.00 per hour.
all the experience i have now in machine operation including milling operations, tapping operations and automatic assembly machine operation.
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Danville, VA – October 2, 2012
In this temp to hire company, I worked as an account clerk for the city of danville. I did the job that I was trained in college for, work orders, customer service, filing for bills, payroll, etc. I also worked for a construction company building a prison, and I had to keep the Excel Spreadsheets updated daily.
the people i worked with, using my degree and doing what i enjoy
Friendly and helpful people eager to help you find a temporary job
Receptionist for Chamber of Commerce (Former Employee) – Martinsville, VA – April 20, 2012
I went to AmeriStaff when I was at home in Martinsville, VA for the summer and needed a job but was having a tough time finding one. They placed me at the Chamber of Commerce for a little over a month and I answered the phone, greeted people, and helped prepare for community events like baseball games.
Ameristaff connects people to companies needing to fill positions
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Saint Peters, MO – June 26, 2014
At Ameristaff I was given the opportunity to work at Synergetics, a company that builds probes, used for laser eye surgery. There I learned to build product, clean product, inspect items for debris, and package material as well.