Cons: short staffed, communication
I opened the office, at 7am. I would re-route the phones to our office from Corporate. We welcomed walk in applicants, so anyone who came in I, interviewed, input their information into the database, and made sure all the information was correct. I would check all daily orders to make sure that our employees arrived on time, and there were no problems with our customers. I would answering all incoming calls, and address all issues. I would talk to customers and get more business, I would also do searches for candidates for open positions. I would pre-screen candidates, background check, drug screen, and test all possible candidates. I would post ad's to recruit more candidates. I would do payroll on Tuesday's, handed payroll out of Fridays and addressed any problems with hours. I would make all applications as we did not offer online applications. I would have all workers compensation out of the office, and unemployment/hearings. Documentation was critical, multitasking was critical. It was a small three person office, I was under my manager and when she was not available I took on her roll. I also training all new in-house staff. For a small three person office, we were #2 out of eight for our company. We were right beneath Corporate. I was the #1 Placement Coordinator out of 8 offices. We employed 150+ employees on a given week.
I learned all aspects of staffing out of this location. Recruitment, sales, account management, and basic human resources.