The first step is to fill out a basic form with your contact details, education, and work experience.
We use this information to get to know you and your career interests.
Shortly after filling out your application, you can expect a phone call from one of our friendly, local recruiters. They’ll chat with you about your work experience and job preferences to ensure Remedy has the right career opportunity available for you. If so, your recruiter will schedule you for an in-person or virtual interview – which could happen the same day!
During the interview, your recruiter will take the time to ask additional questions about your employment history. This allows us to learn more about your skills and experiences, as well as what you liked (or didn’t like) about your previous jobs. The goal of these questions isn’t to frighten you or make you nervous. Rather, it’s to help us determine which companies and job opportunities might be excellent matches for you.
Once we have an idea of what position would be the best fit, we share more details, such as:
At this point, it is, ultimately, up to you whether you would like to continue in the process or not.
Depending on the opportunity, you may skip this step entirely. Some of our valued clients do not require a tour and/or interview. This means you can complete your onboarding tasks right away and could start your new job as soon as the next day.
Other clients prefer to interview each candidate and/or provide a tour of the facility. This allows you to see if it’s an environment you would like to work in. The client may ask you about your previous work experiences and future goals. If they determine they are a good fit for you and vice versa, they will present a job offer through Remedy.
Next, you will complete new hire paperwork with Remedy. To save you time and another trip to the office, your recruiter may walk you through the paperwork right after your interview. Our Remedy orientation will consist of filling out some essential job-related documents. This includes the i9 form, for which you will also need to provide documents that prove your identity and employment eligibility. You can view a full list of acceptable IDs on the USCIS website. You may also be required to complete a background check, drug test and/or skills test.
In addition to Remedy’s onboarding, some clients have orientations specific to their companies. This will either be reviewed with you in the office, or you may be able to complete it from the comfort of your own home.
Before your start date, your Remedy recruiter will review all of the information you need to ensure you feel comfortable starting your new role. These job details include:
We know that starting a new job can be a bit scary. Rest assured, your recruiter is there to guide you through the process and will be available to answer any questions you might have along the way.
Once your start date arrives and your screening results have been approved (if applicable), you will begin your assignment with Remedy at the client site. Your recruiter will check in with you at the end of your first day, or shortly after, to make sure you feel comfortable and set up for success from the very beginning.
While on assignment with us, you can expect your recruiter to check in with you frequently. We want to hear how things are going and support you in any way needed, as well as provide you with any feedback we receive from the client.
Additionally, while working for Remedy, you can take advantage of many benefits, such as:
If you’re on a temporary or temporary-to-hire assignment with us, the client may consider bringing you on as a permanent member of their team once you meet the contract-required hours of work. At this stage, they evaluate many factors, including attendance, performance, attitude, and experience – just to name a few.
Everyone’s employment journey looks different. As you navigate your own, you can count on Remedy to be there for you every step of the way.