Custodian (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – September 27, 2015
Working as a Custodian for Lyons HR has been very interesting. For the first time in that field, I have been loving it thus far. I have gained a lot of information on becoming a world- class custodian.I have great co-workers and superiors.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Northport, AL – July 6, 2015
I did a lot of pallet building my first year or so then I started forklift driving. I first year they moved me like two or three time to different job sites. The jobs was seasonal. other then the moves they did with me liked the jobs they was giving me. the only thing when the job end it take a long time for them to find you a job.
Custodial (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – April 20, 2015
I was interviewed the same day, I applied to Lyons. The company found employment that fit my experience and I started working the next day. I worked through Lyons for about a year as a temporary employee, before the company decided to make me permanent. I am a full time employee with benefits and its been that way for 3 years and counting.
factory worker (Current Employee) – decatur,al – January 22, 2015
i found this job to be a very good learning experience. it was my first time working in a factory and on an assembly line and warehouse fixing and making the product. I liked learning all the new things i got to experience while working for this company at G.E.
Recruiter(Temp) (Current Employee) – Florence, AL – October 7, 2014
My work day consist of interviewing and processing employees. Assuring employees and clients are satisfied, Managing my time and skills wisely. Looking for better ways to help the company. Assisting with orientations, payrolls, client visitations.
Productive and able to contact a person to answer any questions
Assembler (Current Employee) – Florence, AL – February 5, 2014
Lyons HR is a temporary service that had set up a job with North American Lighting. I assemble headlights, Supervisor with update as to how many are needed for the day. I have a co worker that completes the process to send to next area. The hardest part is the standing for 10 hours a day for 6 to 7 days a week. The people I work around are like family.
Although the manager is very professional and considerate, the rest of the staff is inconsiderate of the employees.
Receptionist/HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Florence, AL – October 30, 2013
Overall, not a great place to work. Although the clients are very much respected, the employees hired for the clients are nothing but replaceable drones. Every day was a constant moral struggle. The manager was able to balance work with consideration, but the rest of the office workers were not. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help someone to find work so that they could provide for their family. The hardest part of the job was having to tell those people that they lost that job before they had any chance to prove themselves. I learned that staffing agencies are not a good service to the community, but rather a center of control for all jobs in the area.