Talent FAQs

Am I guaranteed to be placed in a position?

Unfortunately, no. While many staffing companies focus on short-term labor haul-type services, where very little fit or experience is required, we focus on high quality and high skilled recruiting, where proper fit with a position is essential. But don’t be discouraged, we always have a range of positions (and new ones are becoming available daily) that it may not be immediately obvious that you are a fit for. If you have solid work experience and valuable skills, we encourage you to contact us to discuss your fit with one of our positions or clients.

How soon can I start working?

Job availability changes on a daily basis. Apply for a position online and one of our expert recruiters will contact you (or call us today 844-936-7527). If your skills and experience fit one of our open positions, we will schedule an in-person interview at our offices, assess your qualifications, coordinate an interview with our client(s) (when appropriate), and get you moving forward in a great new position.

What is involved in the interview process?

Start by applying for a position. Qualified applicants will be contacted by a member of our recruiting team to schedule an in-person interview. When you arrive for your interview, we will ask you to review and complete our employment documents, which include an I-9, E-Verify and background check authorization. This documentation enables us to have full confidence that we can present you to our clients as eligible-for-hire. After a successful interview, your information will be reviewed by our recruiters, and an interview will be scheduled with one of our client companies. If you are selected for the position, we will present you with an offer and invite you back into our offices for a brief orientation process, where we perform drug testing, conduct safety training, and set up an appropriate payment method.

How soon should I contact your office after a client interview?

Immediately following the interview, contact your recruiter. Your feedback is important to move the process along.

How often should I contact your office about open positions?

Our website has the most up-to-date information about open positions. We encourage you to review our postings on a regular basis. Additionally, please stay in touch with our office so we are aware of your availability.

What if I am not interested in a certain position when it is offered? Is it all right to turn it down?

Not every job is going to meet the expectations you have. If you are not interested in a position, you are free to decline. We will continue to offer positions to you based on your skills and preferences.

What if I am placed and then decide the position is not for me?

We realize that not every job is a good fit for you, and sometimes you do not know until you have tried the position.  If you are placed as a contract, contract-to-hire or direct hire employee and find it is not going to work for you, contact us immediately. As with any interaction, communication is the key. It is likely that we will ask you to give appropriate notice to our client and then our team can work with you to find a position that is a better fit for you.

What do I pay for your services?

As a candidate, you will not pay for any of the services Xemplar Skilled Workforce Solutions provides.

How can I stay informed about open positions?

By interviewing with you, our team is able to assess your fit for our positions available currently and future positions. We will make sure to stay in touch with you regarding positions that are opening. Additionally, the majority of our positions are posted on our website. You are welcome to review new open positions periodically.

 

At Xemplar Skilled Workforce Solutions, we take pride in our ability to match top candidates with their preferred positions. Placing qualified applicants into exceptional companies is just part of what we do. We’re a staffing, recruiting and labor management partner looking to build long-lasting relationships with both clients and candidates.