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Seed Staffing Overview

Northville, MI
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Love what you do, We empowering people by connecting humanity to hiring innovation. We offer our candidates and clients a reintroduction to hiring the right way, with a focus on the right fit compared to bringing in a warm pulse.

Mission: Core Values: #nomoss, #doepicshit, #funatwork, #payitforward, #true2thecore

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    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor
    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor

    I have been working at Seed Staffing as a contractor (More than a year)


    A lot of flexibility as far as working from home or being late.


    No real prospect of upward mobility, but that is the nature of contract work.

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Seed Staffing Interviews



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    Anonymous Employee in Northville, MI
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Seed Staffing (Northville, MI) in June 2014.


    The process was different than other interviews I had participated in before. After applying online, I first interviewed with the director over the phone for about 30 minutes. At the end of the interview, he invited me in for a face to face. I met him the following week, I came in for a face to face interview. When I arrived, I was first given a brief tour of the facility. I then sat with the director and the senior member of the sales team for over an hour. I I started by giving a synopsis of my background. We then had a very casual, and open discussion, with a focus on culture. I answered any questions which were asked, and then was able to ask questions of my own. By the end I was told that things would be moving forward quickly, which was a sign that there would be next steps. From there I completed a cultural assessment, and was asked to do a write up on two successes I had from my past. It did take some time, but knowing I wanted to work with Seed, and that they're focused on growth and culture, I was highly interested in following the process. From there I provided references, and then did a write up on goals I had in mind for myself, if I were to obtain the position. Following this, I was made an offer, and I accepted. Through the process the director stayed in close contact, and made sure I was aware of what to expect next.

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    • The most difficult thing was to narrow down my successes to 2 things I thought were most important. Not only because I have had many professional successful experiences, but because it was left open to include personal success as well.   Answer Question


    I did a write up showing my current salary and benefits, and included statistical data which showed averages for our market. When I was made an offer, the overall package offered more than where I was currently, so I accepted, without any further negotiation.

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