I worked with Prodigy Staffing Solutions as a contractor for one of their clients and was placed by Brian Rotter. I was not only paid for holidays but given paid vacations days as well during my contract period. I am now am a fulltime employee of the company that I contracted for and owe everything to Brian Rotter and Prodigy Staffing Solutions and would recommend them to anyone who is seeking employment.Lou
2034 S Juniper StPhiladelphia, PA 19148
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HORRIBLE! Save yourself $185 and steer clear of this scam! I made a YP account just to make this post! That's how badly I want to warn people to stay away.
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Low life agency that hopefully will be shut down soon for tax invasion
I am looking for maybe a full or partime job in the Northeast that I don't have to walk very far or stand long only because I have a bad back. My last job was at Shriners Hospital.I was a HVACR Engineer there.I retired in 2004.
I'm so happy I can write a review. The worst thing is to have high hopes In finding a decent job and GOING there to find that it's a little fishy. My husband went down there because we read a posting on Craigslist like the comment before me claiming housekeeping service for 14 per hour. Before my husband even went we called and the man was grumpy ans not very nice. But anyway he went in to ask them about the day old posting about housekeeping and they said the position wasn't available anymore and he'd have to pay $100. It just seemed like a scam so he didn't fill out the form which includes giving your ss #. Just a complete waste of time. 8 hours later I'm on Craigslist job searching and guess what I see? Same posting as if the job still available. ..as of it even exists. Don't waist your time. If u want a Real recruiter you don't pay a dime and they do find you jobs because companies pay them to find employees.
I found out about Pal through a craigslist that advertised hotel housekeeping/hospital housekeeping/food service jobs that were $14/hr, no experience necessary. All you had to do was pay a (non-refundable) $99 fee. This is in no way a temp or employment agency. Upon registering, you have to come to them between the hours of 9AM and 2PM Monday-Friday. They offer leads that are not publically advertised on the web but that's about the only appeal. All the jobs that pay $14/hr are online application only and the jobs that are in person applications are under $14/hr (usually $12 or $11). These lesser paying ones are usually hotel housekeeping and located an hour outside of Philadelphia (Essington, NE Phil). Not to mention the directions they give you to go to these jobs are usually incomplete / incorrect. The people who work there are not necessarily mean but they can be a bit gruff. They'll send you out for up to three months like this, and then the service is no longer valid. Whether or not you get anything from it is completely on you, but thus far I can say I'm seriously kicking myself for wasting $99 when I really could not afford to.
nicole skay is the worst. I moved to town a little over a year ago and needed quick work until I got used to the surrounding area. She didn't think I was qualified for a position any out of high school could perform. I've been a master technical engineer for over 10 years and she wouldn't put me in a lousy $20hr temp job. I left there fuming and first thing two days later got put into a job kissing $80,000/yr. She's an airhead that has no clue.
They are rude and I was hung up on. People who hate their jobs trying to help other people finds jobs is an oxymoron.
give it a try they help ex felons