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FAQ

How long will it take before I start working?


It is our goal to help you start working as soon as possible.


Once you are registered with us, we’ll be in touch and offer you positions that match your skills and preferences. For some candidates, finding the perfect position may take longer than for others, which can be explained by your qualifications, geographical location and preferred commute time as well as market demand of course.

Rest assured, we are working on your case and will contact you as soon as a suitable position arises.


Do I have to come to your office for the interview? What should I bring?

Yes. After you complete the first step (submitting our online application by selecting the ‘Apply Now’ quick link from our Home Page), you will be contacted by one of our recruiters. They will review your application and qualifications and get in touch with you within 3 days of your application submission. This is when your interview will be scheduled.

When you come to the interview, please expect the testing and application process to take around 3 hours. Please bring 2 original forms of Government issued identification (no copies please), your 2 most recent job reference phone numbers and an updated copy of your resume, if you have one. In addition, please be prepared to complete a criminal background check and drug test upon request. After the application is complete, you will interview with a recruiter. In the interview, you will have the opportunity to discuss your skills and what you are looking for in your next position.


How often should I contact your office after an interview?

We recommend that you contact our office once a week to keep us updated on your availability status. We will also contact you as soon as we identify job opportunities that match your skills and interests.


If I’m not happy with the position you’re offering, can I turn it down and still be considered for other job opportunities you may have later on?

Yes. If you decline a job, we will be offering you positions based on your skills and preferences in the future. However, we encourage all our candidates to remember that most jobs will not meet 100% of your expectations so it may be worth considering some opportunities that aren’t at the top of your list.


I had a felony in the past. Will it affect my chances of employment with you?

A past felony can affect your hiring, but we believe in giving people a fair chance.


All our candidates should be willing to submit to a criminal background check prior to placement. Our policy makes no distinction between felony or misdemeanor crimes, only the nature of the offense.


Candidates who have been convicted of, or have pleaded guilty to and/or received deferred adjudication for a felony or misdemeanor may qualify for placement with Always There Personnel, depending on the nature of the offense.


Please feel free to contact us for more information.