General Laborer (Current Employee) – Zanesville, OH 43701 – June 9, 2016
They are a good company with great Human Resource support. I had an incident where a fellow IForce employee wanted to bully me but I wasn't giving her the satisfaction and after they heard my side of the incident she was fired promptly.
Asked to stay over with no compensation, asked to do the work of 10 people and being the only one ever in the office calling and recruiting, they have went through more people in the last 7 months then I have ever seen at any job. The hours are good until they tell you, you can't leave. Also I had to cancel and reschedule so many appts because I was not allowed to leave the office.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Kettering, OH – February 26, 2016
A temporary job agency that takes out up to $100 or more to charge you for background checks and drug screening even if you have passed. When employing me at Procter & Gamble @Vandalia, they specified that I would be working 36 hours a week in a 12 hour shift. However when arriving at the company on my days specified, I was informed by the front desk that iForce does not work Fridays. When I gave iForce a call, the representative that answered the phone could be nothing more than rude and raising her voice as I've tried to explain what the situation was, and what I was told on the day I stepped in the temp service office when applying for a job. I've tried to give this temp service a chance, however they fail to give me a call multiple times that iForce would not be working during specified weeks. And on a week day I've finally received a call from the Kettering office that I would not be working on a day that I was not at all scheduled for. The next day after I was told to not come in at all for work that week. However, not the case when I received a call the week after that I have not came in to work that following week. Now if any offices, I would NOT recommend iForce Staffing at Kettering. A shady, unorganized company that will try to get you fired instead of explaining to their employees that the companies were making budget cuts and wanting to get rid of some employees.
It's a exhausting job where you constantly work on the same thing for hours. I think the best thing in this job is that your allowed to sit down while working(sometimes), and you get to listen to music in your phone unless it bothers them. The people you work with are sometimes nice depending who they are.
Freelancer (Former Employee) – Lancaster, OH – July 15, 2015
Through this temp agency I was able to work at different company warehouses every week, sometimes more than one company in a one week. The people I met were very nice and the staff were very enthusiastic.
Warehouse/Pick/Pack (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 16, 2015
When I first started at the warehouse I packed within a group. I moved to picking and loved it. I used a RF scanner and picked verizon posters, phones, products etc. I worked second shift which I enjoyed. Overall management was great and productive. The hardest part of my job would have been learning the system when I was taught how to pack. It was an older system and confusing at first. I met many great people there and liked working there.
when working for iforce, they say if you have a problem with anything, just tell them and they'll fix it but this never happens no matter the issue. the pay for the jobs is entirely too low considering the jobs when worked are the most difficult jobs and people treat you horribly because they treat you as if you are not looking to get hired in by the company.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Grove City, OH – February 20, 2015
You have to stay on task.They work with you through a lot of things. The jobs are simple and easy if you know how to have fun and do your work as the supervisor or another employee has taught you. Most of the employees the are very polite.
Regional Onsite Training and Development Manager (Former Employee) – Lancaster, OH – September 8, 2014
Each day and work week varied. I was responsible for recruiting and training new internal Onsite. As a regional training manager I could find myself in one state one week and another the next. When an account needed organized or managed my company would send me in. I would fix problems, streamline processes, and hire new managers. I was responsible for understanding and teaching new associates skills in client relations, payroll, invoicing, billables, expense reports as well as HR responsibilities for associates that were recruited to work as temporary workers at sites we maintained.