Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee), PR – May 5, 2013
Pros: flexible time
Cons: no healthcare
My job at CLP was: 1. In charge of Human Resources Department. 2. Collect and prepare all employees data for payroll purposes. 3. If payroll clerk was not present I was the responsible for preparing the payroll.
We had a great group of administrative personnel that help the company to organize and develop a subsidiary named Safety Route, Corp.
Helper (Current Employee), Springfield, VA – April 16, 2013
I would receive a call a day or so before the job was available, I would keep in contact with management at CLP until I met with the client usually the employers where specific about there needs. There wasn't really the hard factor about the jobs, its jus get it done.
Operations Specialist (Current Employee), Denver, CO – April 15, 2013
I have learned quite a bit in my tenure with CLP... • Sourcing candidates • Interviewing candidates • Hiring people • Processing payroll • Employee relations Staffing is a volatile industry which requires an ability to handle multiple tasks with a high level of detail. While this part was easy for me, managing the employees who were out of work was – more... difficult for me. One of the best parts of my job was getting to know my workforce on a personal level but having them out of work became personal too. I was lucky in that my coworkers are wonderful and helped me through the challenges! – less
Everyone at CLP are great to work for and usually keep me working when theres jobs avilabe.
Skilled Carpenter (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – January 8, 2013
Pros: got a giftcard for appreciation and for doing a good job.
Cons: need more work ops.
My working experience with CLP has been a pleasant one the Staff has tried there best to keep me employed as much as possible. I would recommend them to any skilled person looking for work that pays you close to your worth. It's a great place to work for.
Laborer (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – December 24, 2012
You do not have a typical day at work everyday you might be doing something different. I learned different trades of the construcation world. The hardest part of the job is that you have to call in every morning to see if they have work for you.
Fork Lift Operator/General Labor (Former Employee), Tucson, AZ – December 18, 2012
Always be on time at work, I never had any absence, or sick days. I learned how important is to be safe at work. Be responsible for co workers and supervised their job was part of my duty. treat co-workers with respect I was gaining respect. nothing was hard in my job because i enjoy it. the most enjoyable part of my job is when i was there since the – more... begining all the way to the end without missing anything, and see the proyect completly done. – less
Install Lighting fixtures,electrical Panels ,outlets and wiring Installs conductors splices cable, builds terminations and does necessary hook-up for primary power lines. set poles,strings overhead lines
Solar Panel Installer (Former Employee), Tempe, AZ – November 16, 2012
Wasn't easy working in the hot weather, but enjoyed all areas of the job. Putting glass panels onto ready solar panel tables. A challenge that I overcame and was proud of. I was one of 2 females out of 250 men. All my-co workers were very helpful and professional. I was treated with the upmost respect.
VERY great place to work at with oppurtunity for advancement!
Utilities Wireman (Former Employee), Austin, TX – November 12, 2012
I have learned alot in construction with this company. They give you the opportunity to advance yourself in life if you work hard. The hardest part of the job is just be on time not a minute late. That is 90% of the job you showing up
Staffing agency with okay jobs but no employee support
Carpenter/Skilled Laborer (Current Employee), Berkeley, CA – October 30, 2012
You work with various companies based on your skills, some good and some bad. Since you are through the staffing agency you are disposable and always on thin ice with contractors, CLP doesnt really care how you are treated and when you call them to attempt to discuss any concerns you may have they rush you off the phone and treat you like your wasting – more... thier time. A co worker of mine made a complaint about a contractor and looked for CLP to help him but instead they took him off his assignment and havent got him another job since. I have kept quiet because of his experience and have been taken advantage of by contractors for example my hammer was stolen on a job site and when I reported it to the contractor the supervisor told me to get another hammer and another contractor made us work through our breaks everyday to meet his deadlines and didnt pay us for the extra time we worked, both of which I didnt report to CLP for fear of being taken off my assignment and not being placed on another one and because of the way they have treated me when I call them – less
Forklift driver/solar installer (Former Employee), Vannuys ca. – October 19, 2012
Pros: good people to work with
Clp is a temp service ....I worked for them but i was contracted through Solar City for a solar installer, work was good,i installed solar panels,wire pulls,forklift driver,bobcat,scissor lift,gray doll...