Everything you want to knowabout working for KP Staffing Agency
Job Seeker Questions
Begin by filling out our 1-minute application (it’s really that short) and then you’ll be prompted to schedule an in-person interview with one of our recruiters! Our team of specialized recruiters will match your skills and experience with our open positions; when they find the best match for you, they’ll help you finish up some paperwork before you start your new job!
No, there are no fees or charges for working with KP Staffing.
The process prior to starting an assignment depends on your skills and experience, as well as our current openings. This can be same-day or longer. Sometimes we have the perfect fit for you immediately, and sometimes it takes time to find your dream job.
No, KP Staffing cannot guarantee job placement. We are an equal opportunity employer, and our recruiters are required to select the best candidates for each job assignment. Candidates will be hired based on appropriate skills and experience.
KP Staffing hires for many different jobs and fields. Though we specialize in warehouse and industrial environments, we also staff for clerical and professional positions - and much more! We encourage you to look through our our current positions.
The length of a job assignment varies by the needs of the individual client. Though the majority of our job assignments are temp-to-permanent positions, some are not. Ask your recruiter for details!
KP Staffing pays weekly on Fridays, via direct deposit or personal paycard.
The majority of job assignments through KP Staffing are temp-to-permanent positions. This means that after working a designated number of hours, you can be converted to a full-time employee with the company you were placed at.
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Work Eligibility Questions
Yes, in order to apply with KP Staffing, our candidates must be 18 years of age or older.
KP Staffing has no particular background policy. We hire based on the policies of each particular client, so the answer will vary by job. Ask your recruiter for more information.