General Laborer (Current Employee) – Lebanon, PA – December 12, 2016
my typical work day was in a fast pace environment. my coworkers all got along well. The hardest part of the job is getting use to doing something you don't know how to do but once you get the hang of it it, it gets better
An alright place to work for, but benefits are poor and advancement is too long, as well as pay raises go. For the jobs like a warehouse position your payed 8.25 when the starting pay for that perticuler company start you at 11-12 hr. you should at least be payed 9.25 or better...simply my opinion
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn Park, MN – May 29, 2015
TempForce is a staffing company which I've been using for short term temporary work while looking for a permanent position. They have been good at sending me opportunities but a lot of them are in the outer metro area and a bit of drive. Some I'm not qualified for or not interested in.
When I have worked for them, overall, it's been a good experience.
A typical work day begins at 5:00 am and ends when the job is finished for the day. I manage from 65 to 80 employees on site per day. Taking care of the needs of Temp on site is my responsibility. My duties include writing injure reports, writing warning, keeping attendance, managing many other daily reports, and encouraging employees on a daily basic.
My co-workers includes, managers and supervisors of all departments as well as working closely with HR. I also work closely with the home office on a daily bases by e-mail.
The hardest part of my day is when I have to end an assignment.
The most enjoyable part of my day is when I have done my job taking care of my workforce without injuries.
I would first pull selected mortgage files, input the required information into a database, and box them up for shipping to a long-term storage facility. Twice a day, two of a rotating list of assistants and myself would pick up incoming files, and sort, stamp, and distribute them for further processing. I also maintained shipping supplies, and assisted the collaterals department with various clerical tasks, such as double checking envelopes for missed notes and filing. The management was fine, typically corporate, although it wasn't always clear exactly who my immediate supervisors were, if I had a question about scheduling, etc. My co-workers were great, very fun and easy to work with. There really wasn't anything difficult about this job, although I wish it would have had more opportunities for advancement. I was disappointed when the job was phased out once they had processed the majority of the paper files they were slowly reducing to a negligible amount. I enjoyed going to work every day, getting the job done, interacting with my co-workers, learning about the mortgage business, and, of course, being able to listen to music much of the time while I was working. It also had a nice degree of variation, as well as some light physical exercise.