We provide a wide range of opportunities in areas such as Industrial, Administrative, and Construction, from entry level to the professionally trained.


You are probably visiting our website for one of two reasons. You want to re-enter the workforce or you are currently employed and want to make a career change,. No matter what your situation is, Staff Easy can help.


Here are a few reasons to consider Staff Easy:


There is no cost to you for our service and you are under no obligation to work for us after submitting your information. When our job opportunities match your skills and/or interests, we contact you with information such as the pay rate, job description, location, and anticipated length of assignment. The final decision to pursue or pass on the position will be yours.


Our assignments may be short term or long term, part time or full time, and they allow you to gain valuable experience for career growth. Short term may be a few days, long term may be a few years. During the interview process, we question you as to your desires and career goals. We will only offer assignments that appear to be a good fit for you.


Our Temp-To-Hire program allows you to gain valuable experience and the opportunity to be hired at your assignment after a period of time has passed. This program also allows you time to be sure the position is a good career fit.


We offer benefits such as a flexible work schedule, valuable work experience, as well as holiday and vacation pay.


Here are a few attributes we look for in an employee: a coachable attitude, appropriately dressed and an organized appearance, a composed, friendly, and approachable personality.


If you want to reduce the stress of a job search and find gainful employment or you are looking for a career change, send us your information today


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Find out about the employer and the job. You should ask the employer if they have a website.


  • It's helpful to find out the following things about the employer:
  • What do they make, or sell?
  • Who are their customers?
  • What sort of organization are they?
  • What is the job likely to involve?
  • How will your skills fit with the job?


Plan for the interview

  • Find out what the interview will involve, you will want to be prepared.
  • Think about who will be interviewing you. Is it the person who will be your supervisor? If so, the interview may be more detailed. If it is the personnel manager, the interview may be less detailed.
  • Find out how many people will be interviewing you and what their positions are. This will help you prepare for the kinds of questions they may ask.
  • Find out how long the interview is likely to last. This will give you an idea of how detailed it will be.
  • Find out whether you will have to take a test or make a presentation.


Plan your journey


Consider driving to your interview the day before to check how long the journey will take. If necessary, ask the employer for directions, bus routes, or details of where you can park your car. Plan another route in case something unexpected happens (such as an accident blocking the road). Decide what to wear and get your clothes ready the day before. Have a neat, clean, and tidy appearance, if you look good it will help you feel good. Take a copy of your resume, CV, or application form to refer to. Bring items the employer has asked for example: references, certificates, driver's license.


Refresh your memory


Make sure you have not missed anything.

  • Here are a few questions you can expect. Remember, employers value people who can admit their mistakes rather than blaming their failures on others. Be positive and honest.
  • Why do you want to work here?
  • Why did you leave your last job? (Don't use this as an opportunity to criticize your previous employer.)
  • Have you done this kind of work before?
  • What did you do in your last job?
  • What kinds of equipment can you use?
  • How long have you been out of work, and how do you spend your time?
  • Why are you the right person for this job?
  • Why have you had so many jobs?
  • Why have you had only one job?
  • Why should you be hired?
  • Are you over qualified for this job?
  • How well do you get along with other people?
  • How do you cope with pressure?
  • What are your strengths, weaknesses?
  • Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  • What is your salary expectations?
  • How often were you absent from your last job?
  • When would you be available to start?
  • Do you have any questions?


Remember, most employers like people who:

  • Listen
  • Answer questions with examples
  • Are brief and keep to the point
  • Come prepared
  • Appear confident




Competency based Interviews


Competency based interviews are designed to allow you to show your skills and experience in the main areas of the job. You may be asked to discuss examples of your previous work and achievements. The examples you give should expand on or be different from those on your original application form. Before the interview, you will need to list the skills and experience needed for the job and think about what you have done that you could use as an example for each one.


Group Interviews


You may be invited to be assessed as part of a group. This is to test how you might work as part of a team. Be prepared to take an active part in the discussion or task and put forward your ideas. Be confident but not aggressive.


Telephone Interviews


Some employers may carry out a first interview over the phone. Be prepared for this when phoning employers by having your CV handy and reading through the sample questions in this fact sheet.


Skills Tests


These tests are designed to measure the level of your knowledge or understanding of the job. A typing test would be a good example. Find out what the test will involve and try to practice before the interview.


Personality Tests


You could be asked questions about your thoughts, feelings, and behavior in certain situations. There is no such thing as a right or wrong answer. The end result is a personality rating used to see if the person fits the job advertised. Analyzing these tests is a highly skilled process and larger organizations may use these tests as part of the interview process.


Aptitude Tests


Aptitude tests are designed to predict how well you might do certain tasks. They test abilities such as reasoning with words, numbers, diagrams, problem solving, or following directions. These are usually set as a test paper which you have to complete in a set amount of time. You may want to do practice tests to improve your ability. Always be prepared and appear confident


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Safety Policy


It is the policy of Staff Easy:


  • To provide a safe and healthful place of employment that is free of recognized hazards for our employees and to abide by Federal, State, and Local regulations that pertain to our industry.
  • To enforce the rules of this policy.
  • To require subcontractors to abide by and adopt this policy or a similar policy.
  • To have an operable procedure for securing treatment of injuries on each active job site.
  • To provide safety education and training for employees as needed.


All employees must abide by the following rules:


  • Report all unsafe conditions to their onsite supervisor and to our office.
  • Promptly report all injuries to their onsite supervisor and to our office.
  • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as but not limited to: gloves, gowns, masks, safety glasses, scrub caps, and shoe covers, as appropriate.
  • Dress properly with appropriate work clothes. Inappropriate clothing or jewelry will not be tolerated.
  • Seat belts are to be used at all times when in a vehicle on company time.
  • Never operate any equipment unless all guards and safety devices are in place and in proper operating condition.
  • Keep all equipment in safe working condition. Never use defective equipment.
  • Be responsible for proper care and use of all personal protective equipment.
  • Do not operate equipment if you are not authorized and have not been directed to do so by your onsite supervisor.
  • Practice good housekeeping at all times. Do not leave materials in aisles, walkways, roads, or other means or points of egress.
  • Do not engage in horseplay or rough housing.
  • You must comply, at all times, with all commonly recognized and understood safe work practices. All posted safety rules must be followed.
  • Being under the influence of intoxicating beverages or illegal drugs on the job is prohibited. We reserve the right to perform post-accident and suspicion drug tests. A positive drug screen test will result in disciplinary action that may include termination.
  • We participate in a managed care network for all work-related injuries. In the case of a work-related injury, employee is required to visit a network doctor, hospital, or clinic. If employee chooses to visit a doctor outside of the managed care network, employee may be responsible for the charges incurred. If employee requires emergency medical treatment, go to the nearest medical facility to seek treatment whether or not that facility participates in the network. However, for all non-emergency, follow-up, or rehabilitative care, employee should receive treatment within the managed care network.
  • If an employee knowingly files a false or fraudulent injury or illness claim, they may be prosecuted.
  • Employee will be required to participate in our return-to-work program. This program may provide the employee with alternative or light-duty work after a work-related injury or illness. This alternative work plan will be developed in consultation with our treating physician. Failure to participate in the return-to-work program may result in the termination of benefits normally associated with a work-related injury or illness.
  • The above stated rules do not represent all of our safety rules and regulations and these rules only serve to inform the employee of minimum specific actions that they must adhere to in order to insure their safety and the safety of others on the job site

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Phone: 270-881-1988  Hopkinsville, KY
615-543-8321  Portland, TN

Fax: 270-282-4770



Government Contracting

Proud Member of these fine Organizations

Copyright © 2015 StaffEasy, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


Phone: 270-881-1988  Hopkinsville, KY
615-543-8321  Portland, TN

Fax: 270-282-4770

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