Our Most Valued Resource: You.
Congratulations on joining the Labor Finders family. We know you
have options when it comes to your employment, and we are honored
you've chosen to work with us.
Below, we've provided steps to get you started on an exciting new
career. Additionally, we've listed resources to help you along the
way. If you have additional questions about the hiring process or
your rights as an employee, please visit our Frequently Asked
Questions or feel free to contact us at any time.
Let's Get Started.
You've made the decision to start a new career path. Now comes the
easy part - getting hired! Follow these steps, and we'll get you to
- Call to make an appointment at your local labor finders office.
You can check this website's locations section for the dates and
times offices accept applications.
- The day of your appointment, please bring required forms of
identification. You can find the list of accepted identification
pieces on the last page of the I-9 Form. Please look at this form, and make
sure you have these identification pieces available.
- Visit with Labor Finders in person. (Again, don't forget your
- Get started on the job!
Work Safely and Confidently.
Labor Finders provides resources to make your new career
experience positive and safe. Check out the links below to get more
information on your rights as a worker, as well as ways to stay
protected on the job.
Safety & Health Administration (OHSA)
The OHSA was created in conjunction with the Occupational
Safety and Health Act of 1970. This organization works to
regulate health and safety standards in the workplace, and also
provides training to both employers and employees. Visit their site
above to learn more about your rights to a safe workplace.
American Staffing Association
The American Staffing Association is a trade organization that
works to advance the interests staffing companies, including Labor
Finders. They also set a code of ethics for the industry in order
to encourage high standards of conduct in dealings with employees,
clients, and competitors. Labor Finders is a staunch advocate for
this code of ethics, and has adopted it for our organization. Visit
the American Staffing Association site to learn more about the ASA Code Of
Cancer Prevention Guidelines
Many of our temporary workers are assigned to jobs that are
outdoors. If you find yourself on the job outside, we encourage you
to visit the link above to learn how you can protect yourself from
the sun's harmful rays.