Temporary Staffing for Office, Clerical, Professional, and Light Industrial positions
The company specializes in temporary and direct-hire employment and customized staffing models that facilitate the growth of careers, communities and companies. A true engine of opportunity, Integrity is based on the philosophy that its clients succeed only when its associates do. Today, Integrity Staffing Solutions is a national powerhouse, serving thousands of clients in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Our elite Employment Law Certified team is renowned for its success in protecting our clients from costly co-employment issues.
Integrity staffing placements include temporary placement, temporary-to-hire, and direct hire positions for Office, Clerical, Professional, and Light Industrial positions.
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Swedesboro, New Jersey
Mount Laurel, New Jersey
Bridgewater, New Jersey
Las Vegas, Nevada
Richmond, VA Jeffersonville, IN
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Policy For Hiring Those With Felony Convictions
We received the following response from Integrity Staffing after contacting them regarding their hiring policies for those with felony convictions:
“We encourage all to apply using our process no matter their background. There are some situations that we can work with and no one is automatically disqualified. That being said we cannot guarantee any position. Please answer all questions honestly, and if the system halts you to answer more questions please call 888.458.8367 and ask for compliance.“
Have They Hired Former Felons?
As stated above, there are some situations that they can work with and hire former felons.
Specific Program For Hiring Former Felons
They do not have a specific program for the hiring of those with felony convictions.
Who Makes Hiring Decisions
Hiring decisions are made by both the hiring manager of Integrity Staffing with input from their client companies. Company wide guidelines are also followed but nobody is automatically excluded. Typically in these situations the hiring manager is the final decision maker with Human Resources supporting the manager and ensuring that Federal, State, Local, and company policies are followed.
The Best Way To Secure A Position
Since they do not have a specific program for hiring those with felony convictions the best way to secure employment is by employee referral.
Finding someone who works for the company that can act as your reference is the best way to overcome the hurdle of having a felony conviction.
If you are unable to find a company referral the best way to apply would be online.