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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
4 months ago

It's a great time to launch a career in staffing!

Elwood Staffing’s has lot's of entry level recruiter and bilingual recruiter openings.

The staffing industry provides the essential elements of economic stability and success: jobs, flexibility, choice, and training.

During the course of a year, nearly 16 million Americans find employment through a staffing firm, and approximately 75% of those employees work at least 40 hours a week. And businesses achieve increased flexibility, speed, and access to talent.

Learn more, search for local job opportunities and get all the application instructions today at Elwood Staffing Careers

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Nicholas Baron
over 6 months ago

Not to go its a waste of time the main guy does notbdobhisbjob and the secratariesbare pointless to

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Gina Crismore
over 6 months ago

Very good people to work for, it was my Co workers at LSC Communications that were lazy and wouldn't do their job, witch put more stress on me having to do my job plus half of theirs, and I damaged my shoulder cup!

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Michael Rodriguez
over 6 months ago

It was an excellent experience to be helped out with a job so fast

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Nichole Camarena
over 6 months ago

Pay attention when it slows down

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Guillermo Rivera
over 6 months ago

It helped find me a job instantly

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Brian Jones
over 6 months ago

Taking the job I was offered.

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Le Ann Grace
over 6 months ago

Trying to work there in the first place, they were a big disapolntment to me !

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Tara Taylor
over 6 months ago

I felt proud to work with Elwood Staffing when they got me on with Honda Manufacturing in Lincoln. They were easy to talk with and was on pace on getting you a job if I could work for them again I would and I he company they sent me to was a wonderful experience. I got to learn different things and that is what I'm looking for in a job learning different stuff and just hate that I lost my job with Honda Manufacturing due to car trouble and living too far away but I felt like I was a part of something and to me that is a great feeling.

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Dan Rosenberry
over 6 months ago

machine operator/forklift driver

Do you have anything with medical benefits, paid vacations, eye, dental.?

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