At ResponsAble, we understand that when hiring new employees, especially for temporary positions, there are several risk factors involved. Common concerns include:
- Do these employees have experience?
- Are they certified?
- How are they prepared for the job?
We believe our knowledge and attention to detail is unmatched when screening Industrial Laborers, Confined Space Attendants, and the rest of our positions.
We have been matching experienced personnel to companies long enough to understand that every company culture, every open position, and every project has unique needs. We are able to truly customize our approach.
Lately, we have processed employees for worksites such as roofing, mine work, plant work, and other various labor-intensive positions. Commonly, we recruit employees for industry-wide jobs such as new construction sites, civil work, and cooling towers.
Our Screening Process: A Unique Approach to Your Business
The screening process begins when a project manager is assigned to your project and works with your team to fulfill the required positions, with the qualifications and experience you need.
Then, the on-boarding process of new candidates begins by ensuring they have the necessary credentials and certifications:
- Updated Basic Orientation Plus Card
- Updated TWIC Card
- Prior Experience in an Industrial or Similar Setting Related to the Position
These certifications serve as a preview to the applicant’s work ethic and eligibility for safety positions.
Processing and Preparation
After we collect certifications, we interview the applicants using behavioral styled questions. With those questions, we are able to confirm that candidates are experienced and knowledgable about the industry.
We use their answers as a way to understand their ability to handle an emergency situation, their creativity to solving problems, and their overall comfort level in industrial settings.
Along with behavioral questions, we screen the candidates for other qualifying factors: transportation, punctuality, reliability, skills, willingness to travel, etc.
Some of the best advice we can give a potential candidate (prior to an interview) is this:
- Be punctual to your interview and all future job sites.
- Dress and look presentable.
- Research and learn about the petrochemical industry or other fields that interest you.
- Obtain the proper certification and education.
Growing Database of Employees
If the applicant meets those specifications, they are placed on our payroll system, saving your administration time and cost.
We even cover workman’s compensation and payroll taxes and fulfill our process by handling the logistics of getting the employee to your job site.
We are continuously screening applicants for our main positions: Industrial Laborers, Confined Space Attendants, and Safety Technicians. This ongoing stream of talent allows us to supply experiences employees on demand.
We are not another staffing agency, we are the safety experts. For more information about our services, please give us a call at 225-753-1909.