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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Kforce.

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61 English questions out of 61

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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November 11, 2020

Does Kforce offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Immediately hired for a contracted position. Company offers full benefit package. Weekly pay

Cons

No "cons" experienced to date

Company offers full benefit package.

November 11, 2020

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July 26, 2019

Does Kforce offer dental insurance?

Pros

weekly pay more clients more locations That is all i can see so far as Pros

Cons

There are lot of cons, one should have patience to read this.... 1. No relocation allowances 2. No Salary increments 3. No Prior notice on project end dates 4. No PTO's (read description below) 5. No location preference 6. No proper visa support 7. No international Work From Home facility (even though client allows us to do Work From Home, Kforce has policies not to allow employees to do Work From Home) 8. No employee benefits like 401 k etc 9. No Dental Insurance i worked for 2 yrs and not even a single $ has been incremented in my salary. I worked hard and accumulated 60 hrs of sick hours (Paid Time Off's) in an year and they removed all my Paid Time Off's by next year saying you cant carry forward those hours to next year (which is really cruel , the management should have told this before joining or at least intimate me at end of the year so that i would have simply taken off and focus on my personal thing, they cheated me not giving any clue, because they will loose money from client if i take off)... They will cheat you in every step, they wont put pressure on clients to collect client letters for replying Request for Evidence's , instead they will put pressure on employees to wait till the last moment to reply to Request for Evidence's..(cos they cant loose money on u if ur visa gets rejected, so they will take advantage of putting ur case on hold to till last date).... i have upgraded my case to Premium and yet i had to wait till to 80th day to reply to my Request for Evidence,,, which is a cheating , they wasted my $1500 of hard earned money for premium processing.. I still have many more cons, but at this moment i am not able to remind all bad things happened to me. Very disappointed with the treatment given to employees

Advice to Management

Recognize employees minimum needs like Paid Time Off's, salary increments, Visa needs, relocation issues. Treat employees like Humans instead of slaves

9. No Dental Insurance

July 26, 2019

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April 3, 2020

Does Kforce offer green card sponsorship?

Pros

They offer Green Card and H1B sponsorship. Aside from that, I don't see any pros working with KForce.

Cons

They micro-manage their workers. It's a work experience that can make it uneasy for some immigrants. The pay isn't good enough. Work can be stressful and pay don't seem to even match the overtime one puts into work.

Advice to Management

Just stop micromanaging your workers especially the ones who are immigrants. Many of them won't complain because they don't want to lose their jobs but they almost all feel bad when they are micromanaged or made to do more than the details of their job offer required them to do. KForce can become amazing, lots of immigrants appreciate the visa sponsorship given but it's not all about the visa. Make your workers feel like they are not going to become a scapegoat. Make them feel at home. Also pay them well for example the workers with F1 and H1B visas. Pay these folks well. Immigrant workers, especially those with their Masters degree, shouldn't feel exploited or underpaid. KForce should not be like other consulting companies where immigrants are left feeling exploited. I don't believe KForce intends to be this way to its workers but most of its workers feel highly exploited. KForce should bring the immigrant workers closer to believing that their work are truly appreciated.

They offer Green Card and H1B sponsorship.

April 3, 2020

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May 13, 2020

Does Kforce offer family leave?

Pros

Kforce has been a great company to start my career with. There have been so many people along the way who have supported me and helped me grow to the point where I am now in my career. Leadership has been great and continue to have my best interest in mind. Flexibility is great. The entire company is committed to the core values and the culture is like a family.

Cons

Commission thresholds were restructured recently but it is still difficult to advance into additional tiers and make a significant amount of extra income. I also think some of the benefits like PTO, maternity/paternity leave, work from home opportunities and other incentives could be better.

Advice to Management

Continue to invest in your people. Consider more flexibility and new ideas as times continue to change and companies move towards more innovative and appealing ways to attract and retain employees.

I also think some of the benefits like PTO, maternity/paternity leave, work from home opportunities and other incentives could be better.

May 13, 2020

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