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FAQ's

Learn all about our business and why we're the right agency for you! See the questions we usually get asked to get all of the answers. If you still feel like you need more information, feel free to get in touch with us by phone or email. We'll be happy to give you all the answers you need.

HOW DO I APPLY?

There are two ways to apply for a position that you are interested in: on-line and in person. Visit our website and select "Apply Now" to complete an application on-line. You may also visit your local office Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm to complete an application and speak with a Staffing Specialist.

WHAT DO I NEED TO APPLY TO US STAFFING?

WHAT DO I NEED TO APPLY TO US STAFFING?

To complete an application you will need two forms of valid identification (i.e. drivers license & social security card). There are various forms of identification that are considered acceptable - see FAQ #3 for comprehensive list. You may be asked for an updated resume to present to a client.

WHAT FORMS OF ID DO I NEED TO APPLY TO US STAFFING?

There are various forms of identification that are acceptable to apply with US Staffing. The most common forms are passports, unexpired drivers license, federal/state/local ID card, permanent resident card, social security card, or birth certificate. Please contact your local branch with any questions or for a comprehensive list of acceptable forms of identification.

WHAT DO I NEED TO DO AFTER I SUBMIT MY RESUME OR APPLY FOR A JOB?

Our mission at US Staffing is clear, to find a job for you. Once your application and resume are submitted a Staffing Specialist should contact you about how to proceed. You are also responsible for contacting your local branch to inquire about your application, any available positions, and to be placed on the Availability List. Continue to update your local branch with personal information, experience, and job requirement updates.

WHAT TYPE OF POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE?

Positions vary on a daily basis. Common positions include, but are not limited to, factory and manufacturing, clerical and administrative work, skilled labor, driving, and positions within healthcare.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE IN DIRECT HIRE, TEMPORARY PLACEMENT, AND TEMP-TO-HIRE?

Direct Hire: These positions are permanent, full-time positions that offer benefits directly through a US Staffing client. US Staffing is involved in the recruitment and hiring process, but when the candidate accepts a position they become an employee of the client.

Temporary: These positions typically have a set time frame and the candidate remains a US Staffing employee through the duration of the assignment. Temporary placements are ideal for seasonal work, limited-term needs, leave of absence coverage and special events.

Temp-To-Hire: These positions typically have a contract period where the employee works for a client of US Staffing to see if they are a good fit, but remain employed by US Staffing for the duration of the contract. It also allows the employee to see if the company is a good fit for them. At the end of the contract period, an employee may be offered a permanent position and would then transition from US Staffing to the client's payroll.

WHAT IS THE JOB PLACEMENT PROCESS?

  1. Application
  2. Interview at US Staffing
  3. Matched Job Opportunity
  4. Possible 2nd Interview with Client
  5. Drug Screen
  6. Job Acceptance Paperwork
  7. Safety Training, Client Specific Training, and/or site walkthrough
  8. 1st day at the Job!

IS THERE A COST FOR BEING PLACED WITH US STAFFING?

No - US Staffing works diligently to find you employment, at no cost to you.

DO EMPLOYEES RECEIVE ANY BENEFITS?

Yes - US Staffing offers employees benefits after certain employment period. Please contact us for more info.

WHAT IS THE WEEKLY AVAILABILITY LIST?

The Available List notifies Staffing Specialists to changes in candidates personal information, job seeking requirements and who is actively seeking work. It is your responsibility to call every Monday to be placed on the Available List, until a position is offered to you. If the position is short-term and your employment has ended, it is your responsibility to reactive your status on the Available List by calling that following Monday.