Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you have questions that aren't answered here, feel free to contact us.
Do I pay a fee to work for LINK Staffing?
Must I accept every assignment?
LINK carefully matches open positions to your unique skill set with the expectation that each job offered will appeal to you.
How long is each assignment?
The length of our positions vary based on our client's needs.
Do I have to go into an office or can I register online?
You may start the registration process online, and then come into our office to complete the process.
What do I do if I've already registered with LINK?
Contact the nearest LINK office to discuss next steps.
What documents do I need to provide in order to work for LINK?
LINK requires that you provide a valid social security card and a government issues picture id.
Are drug screens mandatory?
Yes, LINK does conduct drug screening as allowed by law.
Where do I go to login to access payroll stubs?
Current employees can login at http://webcenter.linkstaffing.com.
What do I do if I can't remember my login information?
Contact your LINK Staffing representative.
Where can I get a copy of my payroll stub?
Once you have enrolled in one of LINK's electronic pay options, the LINK representative will provide you with this information.
How am I paid and how often will I be paid?
Your LINK representative will explain our pay options, and their pay cycle with you when you complete the registration process.
Where do I go to get a W-2 form?
Contact your local LINK office to obtain a copy of your W-2.
What is LINK's screening process?
Contact your nearest LINK office and they will discuss the process with you.
What are LINK's areas of specialization?
LINK specializes in general labor, skilled crafts and trades, and light industrial positions.