Registering With Crown Personnel Services, A Guide to Maximizing Your Efforts
March 12, 2014
One of the calls we get frequently are prospective employees asking what is needed for registering with us and what will they need to bring with them for the process. Today’s blog will answer these questions and give you guidance on how to use our meeting to the best of your advantage.
What to Bring
While the process is slightly different between Clerical and Industrial applicants, certain needs are shared in respects with what to bring with you when registering with us or completing an online registration. Here’s what to bring and why:
- Two forms of identification. A Photo I.D. (State I.D. or Driver’s License works well) and your Social Security Card or your Birth Certificate. This is to build your file and provide us information for your background check. Without a complete background check we cannot put you to work.
- An accurate and up-to-date resume. Both Industrial and Clerical candidates should have a complete resume on file. While this has pretty much always been the rule of thumb for Clerical candidates, presently most clients who hire for industrial prefer to see a resume presentation as well. Plenty of your competition for these positions has a resume as part of their employee profile and so should you.
- Payroll Method Attachment. When you register in one of our offices you will be given the choice between Direct Deposit or a Payroll Card. If you would prefer Direct Deposit, please bring in a voided check or deposit slip specific to your account. If you do not have checks with your account, you may contact your financial institution for a letter for Direct Deposit that would include both your routing and account numbers printed on the financial institution’s letterhead.
- Information to Complete the Application. For the application you will need the following information:
- An emergency contact name and phone number.
- Previous workplace addresses and phone numbers.
- Dates of employment (to and from).
- First and last name of your supervisors.
- Beginning and ending wage earned.
- Your title, responsibilities and reason for leaving.
- The current competitive wage for the work you are seeking.
- For CDL-A & B Positions. Current Medical Card.
Most Everything Else
The registration process can be broken down into four main components: paperwork, testing, safety video and the interview with the Placement Coordinator. For the interview, you may wish to dress business casual. This holds true for both Clerical and Industrial candidates. Industrial candidates registering with us may visit either office between the hours of 8 – 10 a.m. or 1 – 3 p.m. to start or complete the process. Clerical candidates should call for an appointment as the testing process is a bit more time intensive.
We at Crown Personnel Services appreciate you taking the time to register with us. Don’t forget to join the conversation with us on Facebook and Twitter where you can follow our current job opportunity postings as well.