A.I.D. Temporary Services, Inc. specializes in placing candidates in temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire positions in the Northeast Arkansas, North Central Arkansas, Southwest Tennessee and Northwest Mississippi areas. Did you know that working as a temporary employee is one of the best ways to find a job, your perfect job! You have the opportunity to show your skill and talent while learning about the company. In many cases temporary assignments can lead to full time jobs.
Why Temp? Earn a paycheck, get great work experience and work for some excellent companies.
Our goal is to help qualified applicants find the right job. For us to be successful in doing so we must have your input. Let us know important information about you and the job you want. Information such as:
• What type of job are you looking for?
• What salary range are you looking for?
• What hours are you available?
• In what locations are you looking to work?
• Do you have special skills that might help you in your chosen job?
• Your interest or likes that could be helpful in certain positions?
A.I.D. knows that every person is different. Not everyone is looking for the same type of work. For that reason we provide a range of placement types to fit your needs, whatever they may be. A.I.D. partners with a wide range of companies across the region which allows us to provide access to several types of jobs at NO COST TO THE CANDIDATE/ EMPLOYEE.
Temporary work - There are many reasons why someone may need a flexible schedule. Temporary work is a benefit to employment candidates who are in-between jobs, on break from school or returning to the workforce and need to fine-tune their job skills. Our temporary positions can be as short as a day or as long as several months per assignment. Whatever you are looking for A.I.D. will do our best to accommodate you.
Temp-to-Hire - This means a client company has chosen us to assist them with recruiting and selecting a long term candidate for their business. If selected, you will begin your job as an A.I.D. employee. You will be paid by A.I.D. and we would be your employer of record. After the contracted amount of hours has been reached, you will be converted to the client company payroll at the company's discretion.
A.I.D. will do our best to find a position that uses your skills and fulfills your immediate employment needs. An A.I.D. Representative will work with you to assist you in handling problems appropriately. Our staff asks that you Communicate with us. Call if us you can't make it to work, are running late or have any questions.
Here are a few frequently asked questions:
*How do I get a job with A.I.D.?
1) Submit a completed application for employment. You can apply on this website and submit the application or apply in person direct to your local office. If you have a resume available please submit it with the application.
2) After the initial application is completed, it will be reviewed immediately by a staffing coordinator.
3) After the application is processed you may be asked to complete skills testing to see if the job requirements are in line with your skills.
4) We want to help you find the right fit for your employment needs and we want to find the best possible candidate for our clients!
A.I.D. services a wide variety of clients. Therefore, we may have multiple opportunities to discuss with you.
*What is involved in the application process?
We have tried to make the application process as simple as possible. You can apply with the attached application or you can come into a local branch to complete the application in person. After the application is complete, it will be reviewed by our staff. Once your application is processed you will be offered jobs based on all of the factors involved, including your skill set, education, availability....etc.
*How often should I call your office after an Interview?
We request that you contact A.I.D. once a week as long as you are still looking for work. This allows us the opportunity to speak with you weekly to make sure nothing has changed and your job preferences are the same.
*I've been told to contact A.I.D. for work but when I call they say they don't have anything for me...am I doing something wrong?
No, sometimes our positions fill quickly so make sure you have a current application on file. Your application may have not be a match for the job openings we currently have or the criteria you requested initially. Continue to contact us weekly for available work and we will continue to look for a position for you that meets your criteria.
*I found a job on your website I'm interested in, what do I do now and how can I get more information?
If you do not have a current application submit one now or apply in person. As always, with any position, contact our local office for job availability.
*If I am not interested in a position when it is offered is it okay to turn it down?
Not every job is going to meet the expectations you have. If you are not interested in a job, you are free to decline that position. We will continue to search for positions for you based on your skills and preferences.
*What if I'm on an assignment and decide it is not for me?
We realize that every job is not a good fit for you, sometimes you do not realize that until you have tried the position. If you are on an assignment and find it isn't going to work, we ask that you contact us immediately. You may be asked to stay on the assignment to give notice or long enough for us to find a replacement. Again, communication is key.
*What benefits do you offer?
Working at A.I.D. gives you access to comprehensive health benefits and a variety of work life benefits. Our benefits include contributory medical insurance, and specific assignments may include paid time off.
- Weekly pay, direct deposit, rapid pay or checks
- Vacation Pay
- Select positions with paid Holidays
- Skill Training on the job
- Medical Insurance
*How long do assignments last?
The length of an assignment varies according to our client's needs, ranging from short term to long term. We work to place you in a role that fits your needs. While assignments are subject to our client's needs, it is important that you communicate your needs to our staff coordinators also.
*What is the attendance policy?
Communication is the answer. If you expect to be tardy or absent, you must call A.I.D. before your scheduled start time. Our office has 24-hour voicemail. The client attendance policy will be in effect for each of our employees placed at their location. A "no call, no show" to an assignment can result in immediate termination.
*What if I don't see a job that fits me on your Job Search list?
Even if you do not see a job posting you are interested in we encourage you to submit an application. By doing so you can be notified when a position becomes available which meets your skills and criteria.
*I am relocating soon. Can I apply for a job in my new location?
Job applications require a valid, current address. Our staff coordinator will ask about your geographic preference for work on your application. You can also contact the local office of A.I.D. where you will be moving and speak to a staff coordinator at that location for more information.
*Do you hire contract employees?
A.I.D. hires its employees on a W-2 basis. A.I.D. withholds taxes from our employees and earnings are reported to the IRS each year. A.I.D. employees must complete a W-4 form at the beginning of their employment.
Our staff of recruiters looks forward to hearing from you today!
Our goal is to help you find a job you like for the long term.
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