Staffing Manager/Recruiter (Current Employee) – Roseville, MI – August 8, 2018
Excellent co-workers who get along great! The Owner is wonderful, demonstrates strong leadership,successful training, and fair evaluations. He also keeps morale up by providing employee benefits, outings and holiday parties.
Their goal is to match you to an appropriate employer, but can find temporary assignments that match your qualifications in the meantime. I have had positive experiences with this company and I recommend this method to supplement a job hunt.
I'm not sure that they gathered much information from the employers that I worked for. They just said "it's clerical". One job was at the cashier window of a utility company. I really don't consider that "clerical". But maybe it is.
Food bank supervisor (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – August 3, 2018
Make sure you have a back up plan when applying there because they might not have a job for you that moment. Also when working be prepared for a random call or inbox telling you your assignment is up and most of the time you will get no explanation
Snelling found me a great temporary position, but unfortunately, I was a temp for over a year and never was hired on. The pay was more than average, but still less than what full-time employees of the company (which kept me as a temp) were making, which seemed very odd and unfair. Overall, Snelling is great for founding a job, quickly, but don't expect benefits, paid time off, or equal wages.
Great Options For Jobs, Management Is Dedicated To Their Clients
Will Always Be Temporary, Make Lower Wages Than The Rest, No Benefits
Computer tech (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – July 17, 2018
I worked seasonal for snelling and enjoyed my time, the people I met and worked with were very respectable and very fun to be around. the workplace was very enthusiastic and very lifelike with the people I worked with, though the times can be very tough overall the job was very motivational.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – July 11, 2018
Most days we would drive to different sites to inspect parts. The management team was awesome and drove a positive culture. Most jobs were very detailed oriented and challenging. the team work and comradery was great.
Numerous job opportunities and fun meeting new people
Administrative & Clerical / Temporary (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 5, 2018
I loved going to different companies each day and meeting new people. It gave me the opportunity to learn new job duties on each job I accepted. Everyday was an opportunity whether it was a try and hire position or temporary.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – July 3, 2018
The employment agency was great. They got me a job in less than an hour. Problem being is some of the places they send you can be awful. One in particular had poor coordination and structure. Employees took as many breaks as they wanted with no fixed time for breaks. Also some of the coworkers didn't like me for whatever reason. They didn't guide me through the process of anything. Agency is great, some job sites not so much.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Mansfield, OH – June 29, 2018
It was a temporary company that gave alot of experience to its workers. It also gave u opportunity to learn from different fields of working.They also worked around your schedule if you hadkids. Nice benefits..
Associate (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 29, 2018
The folks at Snelling itself were great. The people at the actual jobs would vary from great to not-so-much. At Aimco, one of the accounts, they actually graded a call which I could not complete due to a bad connection and instead of paying the monthly bonus, which I had earned through and through, they gave it to a manager. Typical corporate run around. But, that wasn't Snelling's fault. The pay was typical of the type of work, but not enough to pay the bills.