Escort, Security Monitor (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – November 9, 2013
A day at work consist of relieving co-workers of their duties and taking over where they left off. What I learned is that you have to do your job in order for things to run smoothly and for the most part, everything ran very smoothly. My co-workers were nice professional people. The hardest part of the job was staying alert for 8 hour night-shift that you were required to work. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I and everyone else that we all did a great job. Management did what they were required to do.
30 minute breaks.
No healthcare, no raise and no recognition and no paid holidays.
Clerical Support (Former Employee) – rochester ny 14623 – November 14, 2017
Recruiters lie about the assignments, Most employers are looking for something different than aptitude. Since they are not required to state reasons for their decisions, they can break a great deal of employment laws while requiring 100% legal compliance from their lackeys. Laws are for employees, not employers.
You may feel isolated, You may be treated like a second-class citizen on the job, There is a lack of certainty about income
Interviewing process for a short term contract assignment was very time consuming. The placement was with a company that had never had a person do the work they were needing. As soon as I started the assignment I realized the day to day task were outside the scope of what management had intended. I quickly developed the tools required for the job, presented them to management, management accepted my presentation and then an overnight change in management took place and I reworked the models and presented them to management. Management shelved the project and my work was complete.
The assignment took place in a clean friendly environment
Temp Worker (Former Employee) – Clive, IA – June 3, 2017
It was hit or miss with this agency. I found a lot of good jobs that I would have loved to continue with, but those were the contracted time frame ones moving around the country or closing. In between those jobs were low paying short day type work that never matched the balanced wage I was used to at the contracted jobs. Made living and continuing to let them assist in job placement near impossible. Have to take time off to look for permanent employment as the opportunity never came through them.
Its not just driving but physical work also so you will keep in physical shape for the job, I learn different task everyday and the office building is always kept clean and professional. The hardest part of the job is getting to a job site unfit for trucks but i enjoy the challange.
Contract Supplier QE @Korry Electtronics (Current Employee) – Everett, WA – April 22, 2017
Superior staffing is a temp agency that helps employers manage their contract labor pool, I have found it better to line up the job first and then have the employer assign me to them rather than contacting them about a position they are representing and having them mess it up.
Superior Group was always very professional, courteous, and compassionate to contract personnel. I never adapted to the shift at Siemens Wind Energy from 18:30 til 07:00. I additionally followed an extremely difficult trainer that worked hard at emphasizing my shortcomings without acknowledging my accomplishments.
Compensation, cleanliness, quality standards.
Overnight shift, the permanent employees attitude towards the temporary workers.
Install and relocate lab equipment.Some equipment was very heavy. Always worked the same hours.Not rushed and good people you are working for.Superior Tech. Res. provides engineers for any company that needs one.
Project Management/Electrical Specialist’ (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 18, 2017
. Position: Regional Sales Manager; covered S. California, S. Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma. 80% Travel • Responsible for 55 Distributors, 155 Resellers and about 50 exporters. • Responsible for the sales of vision cameras, area scanners, light curtains, barcode units, photo eyes and proximity sensors at 100% of quota.