lot of clutter in the office and no official training
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) – salem oregon – March 3, 2016
Management was very opinionated and did not have a professional demeanor. He smelt like he did not wear deodorant. He would get angry at people and customers. He would get upset about people not properly training themselves at the job. I was the fastest to pick it up in the 2 months that I spent there. If the co-worker doesn't like you for any reason even personal or if you intimidate her by your work performance and knowledge you will not be working there for long. I trained myself to do that job with no help from co-workers who have been there the longest. The hardest part of the job is trying to make your co-workers happy so you could feel like you had some sort of job security. very high turn-over rate.
taking your 15 minute breaks is frowned apon. working with the co-worker that does the managers job.
Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – April 12, 2015
Operate buses on specific routes. I learned how to operate certain equipment and how to drive buses. Management took some getting use to they changed people about every three months. Hardest part of the job was learning how to deal with the different personality's of the riders There were some interesting people that did ride public transportation
Great for training you how to operate equipment and how to deal with people
laborer (Former Employee) – Noho – January 16, 2015
The clients that request our services range from Warehouse, to Construction, Demolition, unloading and loading furniture as well as cartons, cleaning Storage facilities, spraying Pesticides, but involves mostly lifting and cleaning. I have served clients in the San Fernando Valley as well as the cities including Hollywood, Beverly Hills, to as far as 7th and Broadway. Patience is what I have learned, now days others take some of the transporting responsibilities. digging dirt and concrete under houses, bolt repair, Managing to unite and get to the proper destination on time ia a good challenge. In time you get to know those who you work with, companionship develops after a while.
opens early, good honest people to wait with in the hall until getting call up for work
i put my daughter as a dependant and they only raised my pay by 25 cents
Warehouse (Current Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – November 18, 2014
My job include transporting other co-workers who need transportation to the job site, My Job assignments very in length. The clients that request our services range from Warehouse, to Construction, Demolition, unloading and loading furniture as well as cartons, cleaning Storage facilities, spraying Pesticides, but involves mostly lifting and cleaning. I have served clients in the San Gabriel Valley as well as the coastal cities including Hollywood, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Manhattan Beach, to as far as Hermosa and Redondo Beach. Patience is what I have learned, now days others take some of the transporting responsibilities. Managing to unite and get to the proper destination on time ia a good challenge. In time you get to know those who you work with, companionship develops after a while.
most lunches are not free.
most of the time you get breaks, but not all the time.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – November 4, 2014
The place was very mismanaged, fortunately I only went to the office once a week to pick up a check, now the job assignment they sent me on was okay, was just a lot of hard work digging trenches and spraying pesticides.
Customer Service Rep/ Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – September 5, 2014
The skills and the experience that you get working for a staffing agency are amazing. You learn about customer service, payroll, workers compensation policies and much more, plus there is opportunities to grow within the company.
Demo (Former Employee) – Bakersfield ,California – June 10, 2014
Went in applied for work with this company, While I'm sitting there I hear other workers for "Pirate" explain to others that completed their application before me what they needed to do to be placed on the work list (in full detail)... I finish my application turns it in all I'm told."ok we start calling tomorrow for jobs" I'm like uhhhh ok.... kind of threw me off, I was ready for the whole "We text jobs, what kind of work are you seeking open availability speech" that didn't happen, so the following day I called to see if there was work available. Immediately I'm told they place people in jobs that they are familiar with so keep calling in until they get familiar with me. I was like huh..?????? So I received a text concerning a job. I called in to accept the job, the individual said "do you mind working in the heat" (No) "do you have a clean background "yes" steel toe boots "yes" she asked for my telephone number an said, I'm putting you down for the job, but let me call you back, I'm the only one here in the office an the phones are gonna go Crazy, I got cha down an I'll call you back to let you kno where to go. Ok good enough, So I'm amped up. I go buy newer steel toe boots and some work things I would need while I'm working in the sun, I get up this morning called to see where I needed to meet. An was told the positions was filled "Huh" so I explained to the Person over the phone what was discussed prior an all she could say is Okay, an ended the phone call. Pretty rude unprofessional attitude.... After I was told I had the job... I was just calling to see where do I gomore... for work.... (Shrugs)less
go in to the office, an tell me what you think....
Great place to experience different occupations very quickly
Temporary Worker (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 26, 2013
I am currently an employee at two temporary agencies. Throughout my duration of being employed by them, I have to do everything from shipping and receiving at warehouses, doing general labor, to security work. For me to have successfully completed assignments in these fields, I have to be highly adaptable in the workforce, which I already am.
get to experience different work environments and people. i get to build skills in different fields.
work is never consistent. the pay is very low, since they are temporary employement aganecies. no growth.