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No. There is never a fee to applicants for our service.
Yes. Allied will provide references for future employment. Temporary work provides verifiable work experience that can help build your resume.
Allied Personnel Services is your employer, not the company where you are assigned. Your paycheck and benefits come from Allied. If you have any questions or concerns with your assignment, paycheck or any other situation that may impact your work, contact Allied.
Allied offers several application methods. You may stop in to one of our offices, you may apply online, or you may email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. Please visit our Why APS? page for more information.
Our staffing team begins considering you for assignments as soon as your application is complete. Some applicants may find placement within a few days, others may take a few months, and others we may never be able to place. There is no guarantee.
Upon placement, an Allied staffing professional will advise you on the specific timekeeping procedures. It can vary from one assignment to another. No matter the reporting method, it is your responsibility to make sure Allied receives your hours every week.
If you are placed on assignment, you will be paid on a weekly basis. We offer three convenient ways to get paid. You may pick your check up in one of our offices, you may enroll in direct deposit, or you may have your pay applied to a pay card.
We work with a variety of companies that span a diverse set of industries. Our clients are small companies, midsize companies, and large Fortune 500 companies.
When an assignment with Allied is complete, you need to contact your Allied representative to discuss new opportunities.