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Firstmark Bldg
Central Buffalo, Central Business District

Key Resource Group, LLC

Temporary Employment Agencies
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Dc T.



They're all sweet as pie until they get all of your info & then NOTHING! I spoke on the phone with them, got an appt to vome in right away. Did my prove it testing.... And my recruiter NEVER called me again! I tried to call in avail like with other agencies & they won't even take it. You have to speak to your recruiter. Mine was never avail again once she got my info.

Christopher S.



My experience with KRG started off with a Craigslist posting which should of been my first clue. Not only that but he had it posted with his personal email.

Shortly after emailing my resume I received a response VIA Email that I should give KRG a call which I then placed.

I spoke to a recruiter who just started there recently. He seemed rather blunt and straightforward but I assumed this to be just his way to adapt to my attitude of hatred against temp agencies in the local market. Little did I know how right I was.

I made it very clear I am not happy wasting my time jumping through hoops nor am I interested in temp services. Regardless he urged me to try them out.

So he promised to send me more information about the job such as: Company Info, Proximity to me, ETC.

That was last week on Friday. He was also suppose to send me a link to some work related tests (Typing, MS-office related). The only E-mail I received was one to fill out their lengthy online application which was a little much for me.

By the time Monday morning came around I had yet to actually receive any further communication by him. So knowing that my appointment with him was at 2pm (I assume the office staff like most people in Buffalo were probably still licking their wounds from the SuperBowl the night before. Moderately understandable for this city).

So I emailed requesting the info again and finally at around noon I received the link to the Iprove MS tests. I notified him promptly that we should reschedule because I needed adequate time to test and setup an interview for today at 10:30am. I yet again requested more info about the job to make sure there WAS a JOB.

No response was met about the job information that he originally promised. So I figured I'd try and contact him 8am today to ask for further info because at this point it just looked like a normal temp agency tactic to Data Mine.

So 30 minutes later I get a reply (No fine print disclosure on email either):


Good morning Chris.

I apologize if I am not winning you over. Please don’t go through the inconvenience of coming down for your interview. Additionally, I will make sure your data is not entered into the system. It was not my intention to make you feel as if you were jumping through hoops or that I was doing a temp agency data mining. Generally, when you apply for a job through any agency they do not disclose the name of the client company until you have been submitted and your resume is on their desk. It prevents an applicant from applying directly.

You did do very well on the testing I must say!

Best of luck in your job search!


I consider the recruiter to be a decent human being, but not a trustful source of employment.

I'm just glad I called them out on their bluff before they made me traipse through snow drifts to get there.

My best advice to job seekers is always do research on your employers first. Not only that but avoid temp agencies at all costs if possible, I understand if you need work now. Every job someone takes at a temp agency does nothing more than lower the WORTH of the worker.

So let's all stop lowering our wages in this city and stick it to these revolving door data mining agencies.

Roberto C.



The worst staffing agency in the city. Very unprofessional, and very biased towards male candidates.



This staffing agency is very u...

This staffing agency is very unprofessional. Do not believe what they tell you. KRG can use a lesson in customer service.

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