WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Garfield Heights, OH – November 22, 2016
A typical day at work is about 8 to 10 hours, you learn a new skill if your are doing something different that you have not done. Every manager is not the same, sometimes your assignment may change depending on the job.My co-workers took their job and training serious and were helpful.
Not a good place to work if you don't like rules being changed daily
Asst. Supervisor (Former Employee) – Washington Court House, OH – November 11, 2016
I was a press operator and wires my way to extuder operator then after being a temp for two years became fulltime and worked my way to asst. Supervisor and got fired after all that for sgining a paper to show that our whole shift did not want the supervisor that we had. Sad a company can take your rights away like that
They do not care about anything but the bottom line
General Office Clerk (Temp Assignments) (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 16, 2016
I worked for this Agency for 3 years and I was never disappopinted. I was able to secure employment for 2 years at one assignemnt and minimal change in employment the last year. I enjoyed all assignements from this company and a typical day included general administrative duties, billing, answering phones, international emails to comply with US Customs, special projects from management. The hardest part of these jobs were the uncertainly of employment ending and the most enjoyable part of the jobs was they were all in my filed and helped to enhance my experience for future employment.
TRN is one of the best temporary agencies I have had the pleasure of working during this transitional phase. They continually keep me updated with the status of job opportunities; as well as, when it is slow and when the client job requests are not as abundant.
They are professional and work hard placing their employees; as well as, keeping each client satisfied with the agencies employees put on their assignment.
Swagelok/Intregal (Former Employee) – Garfield Heights, OH – August 23, 2016
The reserve network is an temp service that helps find jobs. The jobs they sent me to was positive and convenient. I learned many trades through those jobs such as fork lift, order picker, and mechanical. The co workers are cool and outgoing.
Applicant (Former Employee) – Shorewood, IL – August 5, 2016
I'm attempting to get off disability. The Reserve Network uses auto dialer. Called only to be told that because I don't have recent job experience that they have no jobs for me. One of their recruiters called and said I needed to call the office that they had a lot of openings make appt. because they don't do walk ins. Go to the appt. and they says same thing that they said on phone no recent experience.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 26, 2016
Its a friendly work place for the most part. There was kind co-workers that have encourage me and was very helpful. I was operating a machine that seem hard to run because I had to remember a lot of steps for the set up, but after two or three weeks I had it down pack.
Staffing Supervisor/Recruiter (Former Employee) – Ohio – July 25, 2016
TRN Staffing (The Reserves Network) is very customer service oriented. From the employees, to customers, to internal staff, we communicate continually and strive to put the right person in the right job. We will NOT send a "warm body" to fill a spot if we feel it is not a fit for the position. My coworkers are hard working, conscientious people, the management are caring and strive for everyone to grow using their personal strengths. Staffing is very rewarding when you know you've made a good placement and the employee and the customer are pleased.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – May 8, 2016
I was employed at PVH through TRN for two months. They would tell me to come to work , once I get there , they would turn me around at the door , after I had driven 30 miles to get there. They would send me home some days after working for 2 hours. After that assignment ended ,they sent me to another location closer to home. I was employed there for 3.5 months. I was laid of due to lack of work , but they said they would call me when it picked back up. I filed unemployment like a normal person would do & now here I am owing the department of labor over $1500 because I was "overpayed" ! Stay away from TRN !
no talking, raise your hand to use the bathroom, standing all day, paid very little
CONTRACTOR (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 22, 2016
I got a contract working as a prep chef for a retirement community which would have been great but both of my supervisors hardly spoke English so it was hard to work with them since I couldn't understand their instructions, but my experience with the staffing agency was good, just limited.
Inspector/Packer (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OH – April 17, 2016
Went in for a job that they advertised as an office job and they said in the add they had many. Got in and they admitted they rarely get office jobs for the hillsboro area. So they insisted I go to work for a Japanese company in the local area. Told me up front that i would never be hired on as a permanent person as that company does not hire permanent anylonger. But I needed a job so I took it. You will start at 9.60 and go to 10.90 after three months if you become a Tech II. You will never receive anymore money as that is all that they will pay. I make the same as three people that have been there three years. They are the only ones that have been there that long. You are fired at the drop of a hat. You really are not sure what will set they off as they do not do the same for everyone. Some people can miss work which you are only allowed three days per year and you are gone. If you are related to someone that is a big wig then you can miss and cause trouble and walk out daily scott free. They will work you to death on ten hour days and act mad if you do not work twelve. You have NO benefits of any kind. This is a job for people that are desperate and in this area after dhl pulled out that is what is here.
paycheck weekly, long term at this particular area, but only if you can stay in the loop that is kept
every thing there is, no raises, no vacation but three days, no chance of advancement, no sense of security