At Staffline, getting work and getting paid is easy
If you're looking for immediate work, visit the Staffline office location closest to your home. With our easy and convenient one-stop process, you can complete your application and be on your way to a job in no time.
What to bring
The application process is quick and easy. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Two forms of valid ID – one to verify your identification and one to verify your employment eligibility. Possible examples include a driver’s license and a social security card, or a government-issued ID card and a U.S. birth certificate. For a complete list of acceptable documents, click here.
- If possible, your résumé, including relevant work history and education.
- References, if available.
- Bank account information if you want payment by direct deposit.
What to expect
We'll respect you and your time.
Our highly trained office recruiters will capture your work history, check your background, and administer a drug test within that time. They also will ask you how you want to get paid.
Then we will offer you all the work opportunities available the same day that match your qualifications.
After you choose your assignment, we’ll print your work badge and give you all the necessary instructions to get started.
How to get paid
At Staffline, you can choose how you wish to receive payment. Just tell us what you want during the application process.
- Traditional Payment Types
- Our Pay Period runs Sunday through Saturday. We pay you five days after you've finished the work week by direct deposit or paycard — you choose.
- Staffline QuickPay®
- You may be able to access your pay sooner with this new type of payment. To learn more about it, click here.
When you apply, choose how you want to receive your pay:
- Direct deposit. Bank account information required.
- Paycard. No bank information required. You’ll receive a paycard at the time of your initial application.
What to wear
Unless instructed otherwise, all work assignments require:
- A clean Staffline shirt.
- Well-padded and ventilated shoes. No open-toe or open-heel styles. (Tennis shoes are best.)
- Well-fitted khakis or jeans.
- Pants must be pulled up and belted.
- No loose or baggy clothing.
- Pulled back and secured long hair, jewelry, or hanging clothing, for safety reasons.