Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – LaGrange, GA – November 3, 2017
I was told that the Job was Monday through Friday with opportunity for voluntary overtime on the weekend. However when I got to the job I was told the weekend work was mandatory to include Saturday and Sunday.
Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 5, 2017
I loved going to work cause you see and meet a lot of people and it's a different environment and the people are so friendly you can get permanent jobs through this company and they will give you uniforms if you need them
Stadium Cleaner - Target Field (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – September 14, 2017
After every baseball game we then clean up the stadium. Such as picking up trash and sweeping the areas and using the blower to blow away trash. The hours were flexible but each of them were a four hour overnight shift.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – September 11, 2017
I really liked this position. I worked with very nice people and learned a lot. Monday was the best day of the week for me because i get to go back to work. Management was down to earth and team was very cooperative.
Industrial Cleaner (Former Employee) – Griffith, IN – August 25, 2017
It was a structure work enviorment we went on different work task everything was done and completed in a timely manner everything was well origanize I will go back if they ever ask me to and I'm will in to relocate
Most days, an employee needs to be there before the doors even open (roughly 4:00 A.M.) to receive just about any day-shift work, unless the personal objective is a "graveyard" shift - once said temp-shift is acquired for the day or week, then aft of arriving, an employee is at the discretion of whomsoever called for them (naturally). Most of my time in was working for Music City Center, wherein I learned a small but fair amount in catering, though mostly in organizational skills, as per arrangements of much heavier materials and furniture. The in-office management was fair and admittedly well-accustomed to dealing with fast-paced days, but this was different from those for whom I was sent to work with. The hardest part of any job I did was most often having to learn floor layouts, as I was often sent to fairly large buildings, wherein multiple, vast floors seemed almost unending. What I enjoyed the most was that a very few of my outside managers were not only understanding of my position (being new to a place I knew little or nothing of) and they were generally glad to show me where I had to go or be if I asked for help. Beyond that, some made the job much easier via having a rather "light" sense of humor.
I've learned so much from working with the companies I worked for. I keep a smile and never bring home to work vice versa. The hardest part was the switching and not knowing what job you have the next day.
Free lunch or discounts, experience wit different things
Horrible management that doesn't know anything about your job assignment . They will not do what's in your best interest. They will let a company let you go without helping you fight if you were wrongly let go. Do not work for them.
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 2, 2016
it was kinda petty they fired people over small things which in my opinion creates more stress in the work place.i feel as if they were just looking for reasons to fire people and after a while i was just tired of working there it didnt feel worht it.
contractor for Industrial Staffing (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 25, 2016
Worked with Industrial Staffing for one summer in 2013. The job I got to perform was with PSE&G in Newark. I got to use computer skills in order to complete tasks. The job overall was good and the work experience was good.
high pay $20.00 an hour
long commute 60 minutes from Eatontown with Traffic.
This is a employment outsourcing company. I did not work at their office location. They are prompt in handling requests and payroll is accurate and prompt. I other then no paid time off, this is a upright company.
Box Line Worker (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 4, 2016
walk in clock in and stand on the box lines until the boxes comes your way. they have a number on the boxes you look for the number your manger gave you and take them off the line and box stack the boxes up.