Q: Do I pay any fees to Sedona Staffing Services for finding me a job?
A: No, there is never a fee to the job seeker.
Q: Does Sedona Staffing Services only do Temporary work?
A: No. Sedona is a full-service employment agency, meaning that we offer the following types of job placements:
- Direct hire
- Professional placements
Q: How can Sedona Staffing Services help me as a job seeker?
A: By submitting 1 application through Sedona, you can potentially be considered for hundreds of jobs in your field. Other value offerings include:
- Weekly paychecks & benefits offered
- Opportunity to “get your foot in the door” at reputable businesses
- Diversity of job assignments and flexibility
Q: How do I apply?
A: The easiest way to apply is online. You can also apply at a Sedona office. After completing your application, we will meet with you one-on-one to discuss opportunities.
Q: What should I bring in to register and/or interview?
A: Documents to verify your eligibility to work. Most commonly used: Driver’s License and Social Security Card.
Q: Who should I contact to get assistance with online registration?
A: We’d be happy to help you with your registration, please contact a Sedona representative with any questions via phone or email.
Q: Does Sedona have computers in the office that I can use to register?
A: Yes, Sedona offers computers dedicated solely to applicant registration. No appointment is necessary; however if you’d like to schedule a specific time, you can contact your local Sedona branch.
Q: Do I need a resume? Can Sedona help me with my resume, and is there a cost?
A resume is not required for all job opportunities; however it is often recommended. Once you have registered with Sedona, we are able to provide you tools for resume building, at no cost.
Q: Where is Sedona located?
A: Sedona currently has 11 offices in the Tri-State area.
Q: After applying for work, when is work available to start?
A: Employment start dates are dependent on available opportunities and your skill set/experience. After completing the online registration and in-person interview, employment can potentially begin as early as the following day.
Q: How will I find out about a job opening?
A: Job opportunities and assignments can be found on our website. We may also communicate opportunities via phone, email, or text messaging.
Q: If I work this week, when will I get paid?
A: Time cards are due each Monday by 10am, and you will be paid the following Friday. Paychecks are issued weekly.
Q: Do you offer Direct Deposit?
A: Yes. If you are interested in Direct Deposit, please complete the Direct Deposit form and return to a Sedona office. After submitting the form, expect 1-2 weeks for Direct Deposit to become effective.
Q: Do you provide benefits?
A: Sedona is ACA compliant. The program includes, but is not limited to:
- Health, dental, vision, prescription coverage, life and disability insurance
- Direct deposit, payroll debit card, paid bonuses, referral bonuses
- Software training and tutorials
- Resume and interviewing assistance.
Q: How do I update my contact information?
A: The easiest way to do this is online. For questions regarding this process, contact a Sedona branch.
Q: When are W-2s issued?
A: You will receive your W2 by January 31st.
Q: What can I do within my online profile?
A: Your online profile allows you to:
- View and print paycheck stubs
- Find & apply for jobs
- Update phone number, address, skills, and employment history
- See assignment information
- Upload resume
- Check in as available for work
Q: I’m interested in work outside of the IA, WI, or IL area, who should I contact?
A: We have employment opportunities nationwide, as well as globally. Please contact our Dubuque office at 563-556-3040 to learn more.