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Don't have high expectations. They share great and encouraging information about great leads but that's where the communication ends. Few contacts, meetings, assignments. It also becomes increasingly difficult to get a team member on the line to answer a question.

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It's always nerve wrecking at interviews. Just try to relax and be yourself. You'll do fine!

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Dont waste your time thinking this 3rd party hiring company is going to help u succeed. Your better off job hunting yourself. They take 30% of what u make and on top of that they get paid jus for signing your name on a sheet of paper. Dont put no hope in this unless u cant apply to REAL jobs yourself.

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Be open minded and take the opportunity to gain experience for starter.

Answered - Office Assistant/Customer Service (Current Employee) - San Mateo, CA

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The advice I would give is to be on time and take a lot of assignments as possible.

Answered - Independent Contractor/Clerical Support (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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Find another agency.

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Always dress professionally be honest and make sure you explain your experiences.

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Don't ask if you get any paid time off. It's only a part time job. But if you make a good impression it could turn into a full time job.

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Don't waste your time with this place. They are not helpful at all. I was able to find employment on my own.

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Most if these temp places are the same. They call you because they find you intetesting. You go there and spend 3 hours filling out forms and taking evaluation tests. Then they add you to their cattle herd. They only call, if they call, so they always have someone to send to a company to collect their fees. They could not care less about you!

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