Temp (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – July 29, 2014
•IBS Mill Work, Manassas, VA Answer phones, matching purchase orders into computer, update budgets and Spread sheets in Excel, updated jobs in ISS Construction Manager, send out packages through UPS.
• AXA Advisors, Falls Church, VA Printed out client quotes, Set up illustrations for clients to see the best and inexpensive way to set up life insurance, answer phones, sent out emails to clients and future clients.
•Kool Smiles, Falls Church, VA Scanned charts and records of patients
•Microsoft, Reston, VA Set up conferences using outlook, catering, and answer the phone.
Loss Mitigation Specialist (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 25, 2016
I was under an 18 month contract and I had to work every day of that! I really did not think I would have to as I feel my professionalism spoke for itself. A company will know if they want to hire you on within 3-6 months I feel. I only spoke with my assigned person a few times to deal with any payroll questions I had but other than that I mainly dealt with the company I was placed at.
Advocate Home Health Services, United Health Care (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 25, 2016
As with any staffing company you have to be comment to inquiring about available jobs. And make yourself available! Sometime they will call you and let you know of available assignment. Some assignment are temp to perm! That was great!
The people are very helpful and friendly. They answer all of my questions and help me when I needed help. They gave bonuses when we did a good job. They explain things when I asked for explanation. They hand out handbooks to teach us job safety and proper procedures.
H R Coordinator/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Rocky Mount, NC – August 24, 2016
I enjoy my workplace, fun and I learn so much! I started as a receptionist and promoted to H R Coordinator. I recruit, do payroll, compliance, answer all calls. I complete the on-boarding process as well...
Standardized Test Scorer (Current Employee) – Colonie, NY – August 23, 2016
Average day would be to train, qualify and score standardized test. Learned to read many different qualities of hand writing. Management was strait and to the point on how to get the job done. Co-workers were friendly, but not much talking until the break. Hardest part is the repetitiveness of the test answers. Finding a test answer that is very smart and interesting.
Educator (Former Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – August 22, 2016
On my assignment at a middle school, students come in eager to learn and ready to be taught something different everyday. Being I was out in the gym, the students had to learn time management between class periods but they managed to make it work after approximately 3 weeks and it lasted until the end of the school year. Most co-workers were upstanding about the unfortunate distance from the main building but a few were not. The hardest part of the job was not being able to get everyone 100% engaged. The students who just were not extraverts would not let me break that shell but still maintained a lever of respect.
Seminar Coordinator/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – August 20, 2016
The is good Temp Agency if you are looking for a permanent job and have not got that call or you are a stay at home mom and cannot work everyday. Kelly Services was good finding jobs in you area not a lot of clerical available. Staff was very helpful and tired their best to make sure you got paid weekly. The management could be better in the payroll department.
Call Center Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Granbury, TX – August 19, 2016
Was hired with company knowing I would be having a newborn baby and was told they would work with me when it came time. The day he was born I was terminated from the company. They do not work well with employees and the 3 months I was with the company I went through 4 different managers cause they couldn't keep a manager for our group. Our group started with over 30 employees and by the time I had left we were down to 9 employees. All due to them not working with employees and people having family emergencies that they wouldn't work with.
Order picker, forklift operator (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – August 18, 2016
I was contracted to a warehouse position at a vision care company.I learned soon that there were more contractors than full time employees,so most of the work was done by contractors.Most of the employees were easy to get along with,and the job itself was easy,but their were a handful of people who only caused trouble for others.
Temp (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 17, 2016
This was a fun job. But only seasonal. The only thing was that you had to test into the job so if for some reason you didn't pass you had to wait around for the next test, which could be all day or even the next day.