Product Tester/data Entry (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 19, 2017
Durham is a good company to work for they send you to other companies for temp to permitted hiring. They pay pretty OK but they companies may pay more which is a good thing especially when your work is noticed.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 26, 2017
I started working for Durham staffing a couple months ago. I came in and started the whole Temp process as others would and got a call later that day offering me the job. Ian, the office manager is the most caring and most wonderful manager I've ever met. he actually cares about his temps and employees and is the first to stand up for you or put a smile on your face when your having a rough day. I personally would highly suggest this company to anyone who needs work and is willing to put there all into a job. The best part of my day is watching someone come in with nothing and put them out to work and watch them grow and become successful. its such a beautiful thing <3 The Hardest part of my job if letting people go or watching people fail. Its so devastating and knowing theirs nothing you can do is hard. thank goodness that RARELY happens! But again I give this company a 10/10!!! (:
Amazing management, 1 hour lunch break, small office
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY 14303 – February 1, 2017
Worked for contractors from various industrial companies. Assisted contractors with whatever was required for the day. Duties ranged from assisting publishing companies with Shipping/Receiving, assembly line assistance, or simple construction.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – buffalo, New York – June 16, 2015
I worked in the downtown and while the office was always busy and some times overwhelming my boss was able to teach me things that i can now take with me to my other jobs.I learned to be a leader and take incentive. while co workers came and gone you learner that this is not a job for the weak. Anyone with ambition and loves taking on challenges would be perfect for the job.
Temporary Positions (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 12, 2015
Factory work....? What's there to say...? Not enough pay, too loud and noisy, they want too much perfection and work done too quickly and when it isn't picked up right away it's berated. They don't explain their productivity ratings though expect them to be high.