Have you ever wondered what it is like to work for a Staffing Agency? There is a lot of confusion out there as to what really goes on when you register with a temp or recruiting agency. McCallion Staffing specializes in Administrative & Professional Staffing as well as Light Industrial Staffing. We make every effort to ensure the process is quick and painless for you. Upon registering with McCallion Staffing, you become eligible for the open job positions that fit with your work history, skill set, salary requirements, commute parameters, and all the other fine details on your job “wish list”. A Recruiter will contact you about open positions and you have the opportunity to choose if you would like your resume to be submitted to the company. Keep in mind, many of these open positions are exclusive to McCallion Staffing and are not posted on the regular public job boards such as Careerbuilder, Indeed, Zip Recruiter and Monster. Your Recruiter will then present your resume to the company and will coordinate the interview and hiring process as needed. McCallion Staffing does NOT withhold any portion of your paycheck, or charge a fee to you, for using our hiring services. The company where you work pays McCallion Staffing a fee for providing them with such a wonderful new hire (YOU!). Our services are 100% free for job seekers. In addition, you will receive your paychecks from McCallion Staffing on a weekly basis. We offer health insurance and direct deposit for your convenience. In addition, our Recruiters will always try to set you up for success by offering support and advice throughout your job search. Think of us as your biggest cheerleader! Job seekers have had success with McCallion Staffing since 1979!  Will you?

McCallion Staffing provides temporary, temporary-to-hire, permanent and payrolling services to companies and job seekers in: Montgomery County, PA, Bucks County, PA, Chester County, PA, Lehigh County, PA, and Central NJ.

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