You don't work HERE, you're sent out to jobs
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 7, 2016
You are sent out to a employer who is looking for assistance (in whatever field your expertise is in) and they show you your work area and expect you to dig in and do the job until the term ends. You then submit your time sheet online weekly to get paid BY this employer. If you have ANY questions, concerns, issues, etc., you contact this employer and let them know what's going on. THEY in turn contact their customer and call you back to give you the resolution, if any. You continue working until the term ends, and continue submitting your time sheet online weekly and get paid. Working conditions vary, depending on the job. You dress according to the rules, show up on time, take your breaks by the rules, leave the job on time, etc. You report to 1) the office, and 2) your current boss when you need to leave for doctor, dentist, etc. (any reason) so everybody is on the same page. Hopefully when your assignment is finished, they have another assignment waiting in the wings for you.
You never have to come IN to the office unless there's a problem
Constant turnover, you're dealing with different people so communication may be a bit difficult at times