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1.Big Bend Jobs & Edu Council
325 John Knox Rd Bldg 100
3.Odd Jobs & More Inc
621 Ellen Drive
Chuck is the best value for odd jobs around the home. He does excellent work, quickly and leave each job site looking clean and fresher than before he started the project. Need a handy man, Chuck the guy!
4.work from home data entry jobs
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6.RENT-A-HELPER Handyman Service & Odd Jobs LLC
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7.Ray's Odd Job Service Inc
1907 Capital Cir NE
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This business has changed names and locations. Their new name is Randstad Staffing. Their new location is 3122 Mahan Drive, Suite 404, Tallahassee, FL 32308. Their phone number is listed correctly. Please update your records. Thank you.
716 N Calhoun St
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This office put me at the bottom of the list to be called for jobs because I did not work an assignment that would only last for a day or two. I ask her (Jami) would turning down the job hinder me from any future jobs and I was told that it would not. I looked on the web to day to find out that the Adecco in Tallahassee Fl has positions open for a data entry clerk. When I called to find out if they indeed had some jobs, I was told that they did not have any jobs available. I told Jami that I just saw where they did have jobs available. She then told me that I told her that I did not want to work short-term jobs. Keep in mind I have worked for this company before and the job was not permanent. As I was telling her (Jami) that I told her I did not want to work for a day or two she kept cutting me off stating that I am at the bottom of the list now because I did not want to work any of the two jobs they called me for. I asked her before I turned down the two day job would it affect me from getting hired on for another job. SHE TOLD ME NO. She later told me that I did not meet the qualifications for Data Entry. I asked her could I take the test over. She was rude and cut me off and told me they would call me when something becomes available(nice nasty) I reminded her that before I started the last job she informed me that I would need to take the data entry test over because the scores were low. I never took the test over because she later discovered that it was not required of the job for me to do so. I feel like they are discriminating against me because I did not want to work for a day or two, however if she would have told me that turning down a job would hinder me from getting any future jobs I would have did what I had to do to make sure I was available to work no matter how many days the job was for. I really don't appreciate that. Beware of Jami. Some of my co-workers told me that this lady (Jami) could be a real you know what, now I see for myself.
2417 Mill Creek Ct Ste 2
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WHY ARE THEY IN OFFICE EVERYDAY,,,AND JOB ARE LISTED ON THE SITE YET ALWAYS CLAIM TO HAVE NOTHING AVAB.. WELL WHAT ARE YOU GUYS AT WORK FOR...ERICA TOLD ME THE SAMETHING,\r \r
11.Consultis Of Tallahassee
200 W College Ave
12.Florida Managed Care Institute Inc
101 N Monroe St
509 Saint Francis St
1707 S Gadsden St
520 W Brevard St
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327 Office Plz
17.Pmi Employee Leasing
247 E 7th Ave
1820 E Park Ave Ste 203
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2525 S Monroe St Ste 3a
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20.Big Bend Workforce Center
2525 S Monroe St
21.Diversified Medical Search
2005 N Meridian Rd Apt C
22.Capital Career Solutions Inc
537 Silver Slipper Ln Ste D
P.O Box 3370, 32315
23.Tri-State Employment Services
325 John Knox Rd
1580 Waldo Palmer Ln Ste 1
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25.Cochhbha Enterprises Inc
1500 Capital Cir SE
26.Heavy Hitters Event Staff
2630 Graves Rd
Heavy Hitters event staff specializes in crowd control. We also offer dj's, wait staff, and bartenders. Our goal is to ensure that the patrons of your establishment have a safe and stress free time at your event. We are a professional group with a combined 40 years of experience in our fields. Our wait staff and bartenders are friendly, courteous and efficient; and our dj's offer a massive selection of music for any event. For more information about our services please call Damon Howie.
27.Cardinal Staffing SVC
1897 Capital Cir NE Ste 202
1915 Hillbrooke Trl
3689 Coolidge Ct Unit 5
30.Cardinal Staffing Services
3375 Capital Cir NE Bldg H3
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