warehouse/packer (Former Employee) – Maumelle, AR – February 21, 2015
I worked for Premier thru the holidays. I was laid off Feb 3rd 2015. I applied for unemployment & premier told the unemployment office that I quit so I couldn't receive my UE benefits. I called premier to ask why they would lie. Have yet to get a call back. On top of that, they told the UE office that I quit then turned around & asked if I would do another assignment.
i made new friends
very unprofessional, management sucks, dont care about employess
Employee Seeker (Former Employee) – Little Rock, Arkansas – December 11, 2014
I called them three times. Asking them to call me back to see if they could help me at least test for their clerical jobs. I've been out of the office industry for quite a while but they should have at least let me come to their office and try. I would not refer this company to any one looking for work. Being ignored is not professional.
seems to have good clerical jobs.
brushes off and not return calls even if they couldn't place me they should always call back.
They will cut you lose and put you on their "No Not Use" list although you have a reason for leaving the position they placed you in.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 27, 2014
They found a position for me and I needed a job badly so I accepted the temp-to-perm position. While unemployed and before accepting that position, I had put numerous resumes out with other employers. After 2 weeks at the position they placed me in, I received a call from an employer I had interviewed with before Premier placed me. It was an offer for a full-time position with benefits that started immediately. The only problem was they needed me to start the next day because the person I was to replace had to leave earlier than expected due to pregnancy complication. So I called Premier and explained the situation to them and also explained that during my 2 week period in which they had placed me, I had no work to do and was told to "wait until someone was free to show me what their job involved". I waited and waited and even asked the supervisor daily if they had anything for me to do yet and was told "No. Just review your manual until we find something for you to do." So I accepted the job offered to me by the other employer, after calling and notifying Premier as I said. The person at Premier instructed me to tell my supervisor at that job and I did so and apologized profusely for not having notice to give and he was very gracious and said he understood. I would have loved to have kept that position if they would have had something for me to do and if I hadn't heard the training instructor talking about how bad their benefits were and how high their insurance deductibles were and so forth. So after accepting the other position and working there for 4 months, the person Imore... replaced decided that she did not want to be a stay-at-home mom after all and came back to her job and I was dropped to part-time. So I returned to Premier and asked to be placed again and they told me they could not because I was on their "Do Not Use" list. I explained everything in detail to them and all I got was basically a "Sorry but you had your chance". I spent 4 hours testing with them and scored very high and was amazed that they would not even consider using me and also the fact that my circumstances at the other job they had placed me in did not make a difference. That is the only time I ever left any type of position without notice and it was because I had no choice. So they will be quite rude and basically tell you that you had your chance and you blew it.less
many jobs available
it may take a long time for them to call you for a position, they are rude and do not make exceptions for anything regarding the situation.
Clerical/Temporary Assignments (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 3, 2012
Great Temp service. They kept me pretty much employed and paid decent wages for the assignments. Stayed with them until I was hired permanent with RMK Brokerage Service. Typical office work, typing, answering phones, correspondences, some statistical.
great assignments, and good pay.
some of the assignments were short term. causing to have to find another assignments.