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64 English questions out of 64

September 9, 2021

What is paid time off like at Kforce?

Pros

Kforce genuinely cares for their people. From generous compensation, to PTO, to time off on the fly whenever needed, to company culture, comradery and motivational support, to staff outings and meaningful competitions that translate to tangible rewards alongside regular recognition, and the flexibility to be your own boss and work at home - this is the place to be.

Cons

This job is NOT a 9-5. It requires real hard work and dedication. I choose to work 12-hour days, though it's not assigned.

From generous compensation, to PTO, to time off on the fly whenever needed, to company culture, comradery and motivational support, to staff outings and meaningful competitions that translate to tangible rewards alongside regular recognition, and the flexibility to be your own boss and work at home

September 9, 2021

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September 7, 2022

Does Kforce offer relocation assistance?

Pros

My direct contacts at K Force have been great about communication and helpfulness during my assignment. From my recruiter to my on-site manager, they have been responsive and informative.

Cons

The benefits package is not a wow factor - they only offer 10 days PTO and the health benefits are mediocre and expensive.

Advice to Management

There was recent events with the company contracted for, that effected hundreds of people and put many out of work for 2 weeks, but it was never largely addressed by anyone outside of those I directly report too. I felt there should have been a responsibility by the management team to address our concerns and offer guidance and insight.

The benefits package is not a wow factor

September 7, 2022

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October 21, 2021

Does Kforce offer massages?

Pros

-decent pay for starting salary (you can negotiate as high as $60k starting if you interview well)

Cons

-8:30am meetings every morning to go over your numbers like sheep (could be consolidated to one meeting once a week but no) ..gets very old very fast -the "training" program is a series of boring webinars and powerpoints -pretty hard to be successful if you don't have prior experience in whatever industry you're staffing for (FA/tech/etc) .. you need pre-existing contacts in the field -clients are pretty rude to you or extremely boring to talk to -the work itself is glorified telemarking. cold calls, emails and linkedin messages all day long begging people to meet with you in exchange for free coffee, donuts, etc -they give constant "motivational" speeches to pump you up but if you have half a brain you can see right through it -turnover is incredibly high, so many people left (including management) during my time there -they will tell you it takes two years to "ramp up", but fire people after 6 months if they're struggling -leadership makes you participate in "gauntlets" which in simply to inspire competition between sales ppl -you have to work incredibly long hours to be successful (7:30-6 at least) -unless you get lucky and get a great client, finding business will be pretty hard -management makes you stalk people and call their personal cell phones to get meetings, as you can imagine, clients do not react well to this -classic burn and churn sales role -basically you have to be a brain dead "yes man" to be able to do this day in and day out and not want to die

cold calls, emails and linkedin messages all day long begging people to meet with you in exchange for free coffee, donuts, etc

October 21, 2021

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December 2, 2022

Does Kforce offer dental insurance?

Pros

Weekly pay is nice and some ability to work remote depending on the engagement you're on.

Cons

Benefits aren't great, you'll pay significantly for coverage. Pretty standard with temp agencies. They also don't pay you for holidays so if you don't work it, you won't get paid for it.

Advice to Management

For all the surveys you send out, maybe act on feedback you get to improve contractor experience. Also, the benefits portal, the pay portal, the time portals, it's just a lot. Need to condense these things to ease the experience for your temp staffers.

Benefits aren't great, you'll pay significantly for coverage.

December 2, 2022

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May 23, 2022

Does Kforce offer family leave?

Pros

Great pay, no paid leave, benefits are expensive

Cons

Contract ends without notice Benefits are expensive

Great pay, no paid leave, benefits are expensive

May 23, 2022

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