Customer Service Representative/Recruiter (Former Employee), Waukegan, IL – July 28, 2015
Pros: helping people find employment
Cons: dealing with disgrunted employees and or clients
checked email then printed daily work orders and work sheets. preformed up to 20 interviews daily. I learned how to review documents and detect false paper work. the office consisted of 1 general manager , 1 assistant manager and 3 recruiters. the toughest part of the job was payday and if there were any issues with employees checks. I enjoyed the finding people employment.
HR Office Administrator (Former Employee), Ontario, CA – July 27, 2015
Pros: Great compensation and benefits
Cons: not enough training ahead of time
While working at Staffing Network I realized a lot went in to pairing job availability and serious candidates. The staff took pride in their efficiency at filling job vacancies. On a typical day I answered phones and scheduled interviews. Provided candidates by screening, interviewing, and testing applicants; notifying existing staff of internal opportunities; maintaining personnel records; obtaining – more... temporary staff from agencies.Pays employees by calculating pay; distributing checks; maintaining records.Maintains human resources records by recording new hires, transfers, terminations, changes in job classifications, merit increases; tracking vacation, sick, and personal time.
Unfortunately for me, I was brought on to the team at the last minute to cover for a maternity leave and was not able to replace her 100% within the 2 weeks I was given. It was just wrong timing as I had learned I was pregnant as well days after starting and suffered a miscarriage due to the stress and overtime. But other then those difficulties, work related was challenging and exciting for me. If I was given another chance I would accept working along Susan Sandoval and Thomas Benson again. It was a very promising comany – less
On-Site Representative (Former Employee), Industry, CA – July 27, 2015
Pros: The Great Management in Global
Cons: The Manager on site
At this Great Company I was working for a little time as the Customer sold the company DDI and they did not need my services any more. Staffing Network Main Office is in Illinois and they do not have more companies in California. Was a ver y good experience.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Lemont, IL – May 13, 2015
Cons: Low salaries, overworked employees, lack of support
Very stressful work environment. They have bad clients they keep around because they wouldn't have many clients if they didn't. Offered minimum wage across all temp jobs which made staffing and dispatch difficult and stressful- especially for last minute requests. They have many on-site managers that are unprofessional and lack proper experience.
Temporary Agent (Current Employee), Tempe – January 26, 2015
Pros: extra hours
Cons: the co- workers didn't speak much english bummer!
A typical day at work. I show up on time. I get assigned to a machine that makes and spits out plastic molds that are for all sorts of things you see in the world today. I am to trim off any extra plastic, place each individul piece in a plastic bag and then place about 500 parts in a box correctly. Boxes are walked to the back and that is where we place them on a pallet and start the process all over again. Which is nice and neat. I learned that I tend to work harder than everybody else in the buliding. Management loves to tell people what to do. Co- workers were okay. The job was easy overall. TOTALLY. I enjoyed getting paid every Friday and being asked to do over time. THAT WAS NICE!
Warehouse Employee (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 18, 2015
Pros: watching basketball games on lunch break on 75" t.v.
Any day of this job went well I learn that I could build my skills and learn things that I have thought about being involved with. I stayed with my co-workers laughing and surrounding myself around nothing but positivity. There was nothing hard about this job but letting it go because of it being Temporary.
*Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Lombard, IL – January 13, 2015
Pretty Busy Environment on daily basis. A lot of customer service done. Bilingual, Always a plus. Payroll trainee and very good experience. Visiting clients from time to time. Traveling to diff employers to provide the best information about jobs to clients.
Operator (Current Employee), City of Industry, CA – January 12, 2015
Pros: very busy - learning new responsibilities
Cons: many supervisors with different work ethics
Work on assembly line. Communication is most difficult as most individuals are Spanish speaking and I do not. I enjoy the satisfaction of seeing my finished work. Each part of production is broken into different cells and on a typical day you can be moved to 3 cells working on different products or different phases of a product.
Assembler, Inspection (Former Employee), Dearborn, MI – January 4, 2015
I had learned to work with others.Fast paced work place, everyday you'll get to be rotated to a different work assignment inspecting jounce bumper parts for main cars companies on a visual line or offline also assembling parts . We also do re-inspection, training, we are high focus on safety.
Warehouse Associate/Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Modesto, CA – December 4, 2014
I've been here off and on for the past 6 years.. Its nothing set in stone as in job wise. If you need a job just to get by for the month or two they will put you to work. But a real job you will not get hired with any of the companies that you work for, because that first day you apply at the agency there's a section that states you have to be away from the temp agency for at least six months. And to me that's a line of Bull S***.
Administrative Assistant/Runner (Former Employee), Cooper, CO – September 25, 2014
Pros: lunch was provided every friday
Cons: management was not helpful
Training by staff was not good. When I wasin training the trainer always got pulled away. The first week left me on my own to do the job i was still training for. But the people within the company for very nice and outgoing. I guess just bad timing at the time.