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    I am currenly looking for a temporary assignment

    1. How do I determine what jobs are available?
    2. I would like to apply for a position I saw in the newspaper/online.

    I am currently on temporary assignment

    1. How do I get a letter confirming my employment for my landlord, bank, etc?
    2. How do I obtain my W–2?
    3. Where do I submit address changes?
    4. How long will it take until my temporary position becomes permanent?
    5. What happens if I have an issue with my assignment?
    6. What can I do if I'm not happy with my temp position?
    7. If I am injured on the job, what do I do?
    8. My pay is not the right amount.

    I have just finished a temporary assignment

    1. How do I get a new assignment when my current assignment ends?

    Answers

    General FAQs

    I am currenly looking for a temporary assignment

    Q. How do I determine what jobs are available?
    A. This site contains postings for all the jobs currently available and it is updated continually, so we encourage you to visit on a regular basis. You may also visit our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn sites for additional postings and updates.

    Your Staffing Supervisor is also a great resource. Do not hesitate to call periodically to ask about exciting new opportunities.

    Q. I would like to apply for a position I saw in the newspaper/online.
    A. When you see a position you are interested in be sure to take down the contact name mentioned in the posting, as well as any other specifics (e.g. job site and reference number). Then call or email your Staffing Supervisor to express your interest.

    I am currently on temporary assignment

    Q. How do I get a letter confirming my employment for my landlord, bank, etc?
    A. To obtain a confirmation of employment, please have the institution mail us the form and we will complete it and return it in the requested format.

    Q. How do I obtain my W–2?
    A. W–2s are mailed automatically to all temporary employees at the end of January each year. In the event that you do not receive your W–2 during this period, please contact your Staffing Supervisor (link to locations).

    Q. Where do I submit address changes?
    A. Any changes to your personal information should be submitted to your Staffing Supervisor (link to locations).

    Q. How long will it take until my temporary position becomes permanent?
    A. Although "temping" often provides the gateway to a permanent position, this is not always the case. In temporary–to–hire positions, the temporary portion of the position varies, depending upon the particular arrangements negotiated with the client. If you are offered a temporary–to–hire position, your Staffing Supervisor can provide specifics on your assignment.

    Q. What happens if I have an issue with my assignment?
    A. Before acting on any issues you may experience on assignment, please call your Staffing Supervisor who will address the situation with the employer on your behalf.

    Q. What can I do if I'm not happy with my temp position?
    A. Please call your Staffing Supervisor to discuss the matter.

    Q. If I am injured on the job, what do I do?
    A. If you have been injured on the job, please report the incident to your worksite supervisor immediately and then inform your Staffing Supervisor (link to locations). Prompt and accurate fact gathering is critical at this time.

    Q. My pay is not the right amount.
    A. For any questions or difficulties regarding payroll, please call your Staffing Supervisor at your local office.

    I have just finished a temporary assignment

    Q. How do I get a new assignment when my current assignment ends?
    A. When your assignment with a client ends, contact us within 24 hours and call in available for work at least twice weekly. Check current job opportunities on our website, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.