sorter/ hi-lo drver (Former Employee), Fenton, MI – October 28, 2013
Infinity Staffing company failed to hand out checks on a weekly basis misplacing checks on a weekly basis very unprofessional place to work for. However the company I worked at though Infinity Staffing was a very productive place to work at. On a typical day I would be on the sorting line for half the night sorting bottles and teaching any new people – more... how to do the job, and making sure the job was being done correctly. The second half of the night I would start to move the finished product boxes or bags to the holding area to be inspected before being put on trucks. I learned to how to do many new jobs at the plant I worked at like how to drive a propane hi-lo and a propane hi-lo rotator. The job was always very easy to do so there was no hard part about the job. – less
Warehouse Lead (Former Employee), Durham, NC – December 14, 2012
Pros: excellent pay, benefits, bonuses, and flexibility in schedule
Cons: short breaks, sometimes no breaks, sometime working double shifts
Each day at this job was different. We had so many different employees. I had to manage the mail being sorted at a timely manner. We were responsible for getting certain trucks out at certain times due to the distance and time of the postal hours. I think that the hardest part of my job was having to terminate employees due to things on their backgrounds – more... or being late. The most valuable part of this job taught me to be able to get along with all people, being compassionate, and being able to relate on different levels. – less
Data entry (Current Employee), Trevose, PA – September 17, 2012
Pros: hours were great
Cons: bad communication
working with this company was ok at time but most of the time they were horrible with comminication and never really have assignments to send people on and they swtich the name of the company to many time why i don't know
Infinity Staffing is a progressive staffing company that is continually building and specializing in "On Site" management.
Regional Sales Manager (Current Employee), Kansas City, MO – September 6, 2012
Cons: long hours
My day starts very early because workers from labor to executives start their day around 7am. There are the calls that start from workers and clients that need help. It has always been my job to represent my company in a professional way to our wokers and the client. ISell and recruit every day: applicants, interviews, screening, drug testing, background – more... check and placement. My job consist of being available to the client and the worker 24/7 to be successful. I am responsible for acquiring new accounts, quoting pricing, proposals, setting up of all new accounts, making sure that all team members have the information needed to fill a job order for any customer that I have visited. The customer service and retention of clients is part of the position that is done by me as well as the team. – less
AM Supervisor (Former Employee), Durham, NC – May 7, 2012
Staff appropiately for the volume, supervised over 30 mail processors daily. My manager could have been better, and I worked very long hours. I like the family atmosphere and I learned to speak in front of crowds.