General Laborer (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – September 28, 2017
They are nice company to work for and they treat that people very kindly and a very very respectful honest call you for any job that you all recommend for and take care of their people very nice I would recommend anybody to work for them
Production worker (blueberries) (Former Employee) – Clinton, NC – August 25, 2017
Work day begins timely, pay is distributed in a timely manner. Supervisors are willing to train, management is respectful, work place is diverse, job can be challenging, co-workers are compatible and expected to be respectful in the work area.
Reasonable breaks and lunch hour
Work may not be available depending on the weather.
It is a great place to work. Lots of interesting people and low stress level.
Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Arcade, NY – May 31, 2017
I came to work hear with no previous experience in the staffing business. I have learned a lot pretty quickly and enjoy working here. I wouldn't be lookin for another job if I could get more hours. I am currently only working 12 hours per week.
Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – May 23, 2017
I am really going to miss the flexibility of Coastal Group scheduling! You are able to accept assignments based on your schedule. The work environments were upscale and festive, such as weddings and fancy parties at country clubs. The managers were great at Coastal, as well as country club staff. Fun job!
Label Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Tonawanda, NY – April 5, 2017
Load product on to the machine. Align product on the machine. Set machine to cutting length and speed. Test to see if cutting to right dimensions. Inspect, count, bundle and prepackage labels. Stack boxes of labels to be inspected by Quality control. When there was no label to cut I cut the cores that the labels were run on.
Secretary (Former Employee) – Ahoskie, NC – February 17, 2017
Working at Coastal Staffing showed me how to work in an office setting and be a full blown secretary for someone. It made me aware of the different kinds of people you will encounter while working with the public.
Supervisor over construction (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – November 5, 2016
For the 2nd time I was promised a certain amount of pay and certain amount of hours per week on day 1 it was a totally different story I have placed in situations where no one knows there job or how to perform them and i have a great work ethic so I absorb all responsibility to get the job finished. I feel like I was takes advantage of twice
Check in bank 6 am on thuresday
Hire anyone who "says" they can do the job with absolutely no experience
Coastal Staffing...where your employees don't have an opinion
Contracted Janitor at BP Biofuels in Jennings (Former Employee) – Sulphur, LA – June 18, 2016
This was not an enjoyable place to work. Coastal Staffing hires contractors to do various jobs. They do not run background checks so when one person messes up, the whole team said person works gets dinged for it. Their hired supervisors are discriminatory against race, religion, and beliefs.
However, though I did not enjoy cleaning, I did enjoy working under the contract for the company we were sent to clean for each day. It was rarely boring, there was always something to do, the work made the shifts go by very fast, and it was physically demanding.
Typical work day had shifts beginning at 4 PM, though we were required to be there by 3 PM (getting paid from the moment the guard shack scanned our ID). Before problems occurred with one of the team members, we were only required to do required work (cleaning all office buildings, taking out the trash, sweeping and mopping, and occasionally floor maintenance like stripping/waxing) until said work was completed and then we could go home. After problems arose with a team member, we were required to stretch out our shift from 4 PM through 12 AM regardless of whether or not there was work left to be done. This would require us to take our time and/or take frequent breaks, but the company we were contracted to didn't like that so they complained and people quit. I worked 2 whole days by myself cleaning the entire property until new crew members were hired.
Administrative Support (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – December 29, 2015
They are a temp agency helping me find assignments with the opportunity to become a permanent employee. I learned that I can enter a new office and find my way quickly. The hardest part is the companies seem to have challenges that make it difficult to hire and keep a person in a traditional way. But I met the challenges given to me. It has been a fun way to gain experience while getting paid and looking for full time employment.