Temp Worker (Former Employee) – Sulphur Springs, TX – April 16, 2019
They appreciate their employees and try very hard to work with them overcome the struggles life often presents but in the end they are a leasing company to huge corporations and must adhere to said conglomerates wishes and demands.
Benefits available, loose restrictions on dress code and structured environment
Short breaks, extreme temperatures and long walking distance to break areas
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Carrollton, TX – April 13, 2019
Most people work as temporary workers. "Full time associates" or basically people that work for the company are favored more than the temporary workers. The pay is not even $400. They don't even clean here properly. Tables in the break room are nasty and it's a shame people waste so much paper towels as a table mat because the tables are dirty. The workroom is so hot. They give you a lot of work and they pressure you but there is little pay. It is nearly impossible to advance in this company. I know a lady who has worked there for 6 years and they never considered her to be part of the company. She is still a temporary worker.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Southaven, MS – January 30, 2019
It’s a great place to work for the only thing it’s a temp service but the people who work for the temp service are great. They will help you find a job and if that job doesn’t workout for you then they will place you somewhere else by the end of the day that are great people to work for .
Social Media Agent (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 20, 2018
Some of the staff at Instaff are really nice people but if you are interested in the Social Media Agent job for (24)7 be prepared to pay $105 for a background check and drug screen. They don’t tell you about it until after you’ve taken the drug test and authorized the background check which takes place 2 days before you are about to start the job. Then they tell you that they will be taking it out of your check. If you are interested in the position go through Volt. They don’t charge you.
Be prepared to pay $105 for drug screen and background check
They should really go up on the pay. I drove 45 min to work everyday. I wasn’t getting ahead, my check only covered gas/food cost so the 9.00-9.50 ain’t no $ if you have real bills(rent,lights,cable, insurance, and etc)