Mostly good jobs but poor management on assignments
Laborer (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 28, 2018
Nextaff is a good company itself but the jobs they send you to 9 times out of 10 have a high turnover rate because the work doesn't reflect the pay (underpaid for the amount of work) but they are good at keeping you with a job as long as you have determination to work and show up on time
Most the time easy jobs, desent breaks, pay checks always on time
Poor management on assignments, occasionally underpaid for labor
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Lauderhill, FL – June 26, 2017
Go to different post were the guard most safeguard the student crossing the road to attend school. Make a weekly report of all the events that happen around the school safety. Make sure to have all posts cover every week and coordinate with the staff.
Excellent communications from field supervisor to office management all the way to the owner/CEO.
Elementary School Crossing Guard (Current Employee) – 3810 Inverrary Blvd, Suite 205, Lauderhill, FL – May 8, 2017
Excellent training and recertification programs, with a team oriented culture. Pay differential for early morning and then again reporting mid afternoon. Company provides excellent equipment and regularly offers constructive performance feedback. Parents, students, teachers, law enforcement and the neighborhood and community in general often express appreciation for crossing guards ensuring the safety of the students. Recognition is given for attendance, appearance and professionalism while executing proper crossing procedures.
Flexible early morning and mid afternoon hours, with the summer off.
TEMP (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – October 10, 2014
Give good customer service. Cash handling proceduers were met I worked with more than 50 employees The hardest part of my job was lifting, after a couple months it got easier. The most enjoyable part of my day was the food. Banquet Servers got a free meal for lunch.
Contract Employee (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – September 25, 2014
I was working through Nextaff for a recent position. The Nextaff recruiter was very unprofessional. This recruiter yawned on the phone, had poor business etiquette, failed to return many phone calls and emails, and failed to call in on scheduled phone meetings. I felt very uncomfortable with this recruiter representing me as a professional. I would never use or recommend this staffing agency.
Clerk I/Front Desk (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – July 25, 2013
When I worked for Nextaff I was working at KCBPU (utility company). My typical day started at 7:30 a.m. and ended at 4:00 p.m. Mornings consisted of returning calls from the previous day, printing billing letters, reconciling funds and processing work orders. The afternoons were mostly assisting the supervisors and T & D Designers with whatever they needed help with (returning calls, scanning documents that were needed immediately, keeping their contacts updated, etc). All the while answering the phones helping customers and assisting other departments. While at BPU I learned about starting up utilities for not only residential but for contractors as well. I can honestly say I learned something everyday. The hardest part of my job was dealing with upset customers but I also liked helping them solve whatever issues they were having because most of the time they felt like no one was one their side and I would do whatever I had to to get their issues resolved. 9 out of 10 times they were satisfied. I enjoyed every bit of my job from the customer service to the clerical support. BPU's management was very easy to work with if I ever needed assistance or made inquiries they were all cooperative. My co-workers were a diverse group. Informative, communicated well ( I was usually given little direction but could figure out what they needed), and supportive.
Clerical responsibilities, Helping the customers, Co-workers, Work Hours, Location
Unhappy customers or contractors. Usually when they didn't like the answer to their question(s).