Pros: Found work immediately//Cons: Work was strenuous/ Poor communication/ Didn't have any other work available///I worked for Prologistix for one month and overall, my experience with them was poor. The only good thing I could say is that they did find me work right away. I worked as a mail sorter at a warehouse. I called myself trying it out for two weeks and found that I didn't like it. It was strenuous work. Too much bending and lifting and I stood on my feet all day. I'd come home tense with an aching back and sometimes had bruises on my arms. I went to the office with hopes they could find me something else, but was told that they didn't have anything available at the moment and not to quit my job. Another reason why I got with Prologistix is because they were also connected to where my fiance' was working and I was hoping they could move me there. They told me if they hear something, they would let me know. I called a week later to see if anything came up and they still had nothing available. I later learned from my fiance' that Prologistix might pull out from his job all together. That explains the weird looks I got from the staff when I made my inquiry at the office that day. They had no intention of trying to place me elsewhere nor mention about discontinuing assignments at my fiance's job. So I took matters in my own hands and got with the same temp agency that helped my fiance' get in where he is now. So much for that. And the communication was terrible. When I tried to call my onsite manager, all I got was a message saying that her voice mail wasn't set up or if I wanted to reach a specific person at the office, they were busy or unavailable. In conclusion, I'll say this, if you need to find work fast, give Prologistix a shot, but at the same time, keep looking for work in your own time, because they will not come through.