Questions and Answers about Kelly Services

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Once hired as a contract employee, would I be offered benefits, vacation pay, holiday pay?


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Yes they told us so the first day of full time.

Answered - QCAI Car Inspector/Assembly (Former Employee) - georgetown ky.

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Yes, you would get vacation pay, paid once a year at the beginning of the year based on the hours you worked in the previous year, and if you met the required hours. You are not offered benefits from Kelly Services, and I never received holiday pay, but holiday pay is usually decided on the employer and if they are open on a holiday. It is not mandated by Kelly Services.

Answered - Customer Care (Former Employee) - Fenton, MO

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Once hired as a contract worker Kelly has incentives for health benefits Life insurance

Answered - Administrative Assistant/ Customer Service (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL

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Yes, I believe I would be offered benefits, vacation pay and holiday pay as a contract employee.

Answered - Assembler/Production Worker (Current Employee) - Warren, MI

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No. not right away.

Answered - Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee) - Portland, OR

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Yes once you were a nestle employee

Answered - Temporary Assignment (Former Employee) - Mount Sterling, KY

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Depending on the permanent job if they offered those benefits

Answered - Receptionist/Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) - Beaumont, TX

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Yes. You will be offered a yearly bonus if you qualify.

Answered - Sr. Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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I was not offered any of those things unless they hired me as a full time employee which they did not.

Answered - Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) - Portland, OR

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Hardly you are leveled really low and never receive any major compensation. They try their very best to keep you from insurance sick days and you just work through holidays with no extra compensation and they keep you as low as possible on the totem pole.


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