Accounting Clerk II (Former Employee) – Norman, OKlahoma – February 4, 2015
Communicate effectively with manager on duty on any issues. Customer Service is important in this job enviroment. Helpe on maximizing café sales by delivering customer service and selling café products
Olsten Staffing Services was a wonderful Company - it has since been brought out by ADECO - but in it's day was a Family oriented, flexible company that offered great opportunity to those who worked hard. Great reward and recognition programs -
Manager Assistant (Former Employee) – moline il / bettendorf ia – January 15, 2015
I started with this temp agency new to town found a position i loved with the M.D.A. breaking many records with-in the company and helping many people live healthier lives. it was no benefits and no full time shifts 32 hours was the most the company could offer with no benefits. Just needed to better my new city with a new better position
Ability to explore different fields in different companies.
Auto Service Cashier/Operator (Former Employee) – Honolulu, Hi – December 14, 2014
There was opportunity to explore different business' i could say the possibilities were unlimited. Even though it was a staffing company i did feel very stable. The hardest part was yearning to become part of the company you were sent to after such a long successful period of time & it wouldn't happen. I enjoyed meeting new people & working with well-rounded diverse companies.
direct deposit, unlimited possibilty.
not much benefits due to being a staffing company.
I really enjoyed working here because I learned alot about retail and management skills. I worked in softlines and hardlines and I enjoyed both departments for different reasons. I liked to stay busy and that job was definitely one to stay busy at.
Temporary General Labor (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – September 28, 2014
This particular job opportunity was not conducive in addition of skills or usable experience. In short, it was not designed to provide long term employment, rather short term, where the needs of the business outweigh the concerns of the employee/individual.
Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – East Providence, RI – September 1, 2014
*a typical day at work = busy *what you learned = many different duties and jobs *management = ok *your co-workers = helpful *the hardest part of the job = the hours *the most enjoyable part of the job = the wages
Receptionist/Switchboard Operator (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 22, 2014
With this position we made calls to individuals to see if they would like to donate to the Bob Dole campaign. The hardest part of the job was that we couldn't hang up with a caller until they told us no at least three times, by this point the callers were very irate. This position didn't offer any health benefits.