Well nothing was typical because it is a temporary service. You could end up at any site, doing anything as long as you are qualified to do the job. With Lyneer I never had a hard job. And Lyneer never sent me to a sight that I did not like. Every job site that Lyneer sent me to was fun. I enjoyed the people I worked with. I made many friends through working for Lyneer. Most of the sites Lyneer sent me too were down to Earth type of people. The very few who weren't did not work for Lyneer or the customer for long. I enjoyed going to different job sites learning different skills, different types of businesses, and meeting different people. My manager at Lyneer is a wonderful person. She always looked out for me. She was always honest with me as I am with her.
Working different jobs sites will give you the opportunity to gain new skills.
The health care is not that good. It is a tmporary job.
Encoding (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 16, 2018
management is horrible we are require to work Sundays but their no work they will send you home right away from the start of arriving their. workers lack on helping as a team and supervisors have favorites.
Wake up at 5:30am to make it to work by 7am. When arrived to work facility I approach supervisor for any work request or special duties to see if any other department needed additional help. Then i usually go straight to my work desk and start checking customers orders and ensure customers with correct items ordered.
Recruiter was the best ever. Always willing to see to the needs of the clients n employee. Would recommend her to any employer looking to gain productivity, effectiveness, and a overall excellent work environment
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Cudahy, CA – January 10, 2018
Because temp-to hire has a role within work demographics plus turn over ratio is constantly changing and due to new Warehouse associates everyday you end up training someone everyday for different job duties,and that's why you have to more than your share.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 9, 2018
I enjoyed working there because my Senior Recruiter was amazing and made every day a good day even when it was crazy. But I know first hand how it can mess up your life working 10-14 hour days. It's not an 8 hour day job....you'll be there late a lot.
Encoder (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – December 13, 2017
A typical workday as an incoder would be to walk in and wait for the supervisor to assign a work station. The encoder receives incoming mail and scans the tracking number throughout the mailing process.
If you look for a temp staffing service this is it
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Vineland, NJ – August 5, 2017
A typical work day depends on your job assignment. The hardest part of your job is keeping it. Not all job assignment are fair to you. If you are not working the way they want you too. Then no matter how good you worked it's the job assignment location word against yours. But most job sites are very fair.