FAQ Categories

  • What employment options does LandrumHR offer?

    Temporary
    These assignments have a start and end date. They can range from a few hours to a few weeks or even longer depending on the client’s needs. These assignments are a great option if you're looking to make some extra cash, need a temporary job between careers, or if you're looking to "test" out a new industry!

    Contract-to-Direct
    These assignments provide the opportunity to be hired by the client company after going through a trial period of being employed by LandrumHR for a certain timeframe (normally 15 weeks). If the client feels like you and the position are a good fit for their organization, they can opt to hire you directly!

    Direct Placement
    Direct placement is when LandrumHR assists the client company with recruiting and screening for candidates to be directly placed in their organization (no trial period necessary).

    Job Industries: 

    • Accounting
    • Administrative
    • Healthcare
    • Hospitality
    • Information Technology
    • Legal
    • Engineering
    • Manufacturing
    • Light Industrial
    • Government
    • And many more!

  • When can I stop by the LandrumHR office?

    Our Pensacola office is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm on Wednesday.

    Our Fort Walton Beach office is open from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday.

  • What are the pay ranges for your jobs?

    There are many variables in determining pay rates. These variables include skill requirements, education, experience, etc. We've hired for minimum wage positions all the way up to positions that offer six figure salaries. Most job postings on our website will have pay ranges listed.

  • How do I view jobs and apply?

    Go the main Jobs page. Click “First Time User” to complete your registration and create your candidate web portal account.  You will be able to attach your resume and begin applying for our jobs.  Monitor our job listings as much as you are able to since we constantly get new job openings.  If we currently do not have a job you are interested in, keep checking back!

    Here are step by step instructions on how to view the jobs we have available:

    STEP 1: Go to the Jobs Center Page at www.landrumhr.com/jobs.

    STEP 2: In the box on the right side, click on "Search Job Openings.

    STEP 3: You can either type in your login credentials, OR you can simply click "Advanced Job Search" to skip logging in and simply search through our available listings.

    STEP 4: If you clicked "Advanced Job Search," you will then click "Submit" - Don't worry about filling in any of the three options given, just skip to the "Submit" button.

    STEP 5: Now you are search through all of the available listings. To apply, you'll need to register (if you haven't already), and simply click the "Apply" button at the bottom of the listing.

  • How soon can you find me a job?

    Our goal is to place candidates as quickly as possible. However, we cannot guarantee employment. We do encourage you to utilize our services as one of your resources during your job search! In addition to LandrumHR, there are a number of resources in the community that you will want to research as well.

  • Why haven't I heard back from LandrumHR after applying for positions?

    Applying for positions is a one-way communication. Once you apply, your application will be sent directly to the HR Specialist assigned to the specific opening. You will be contacted by an HR Specialist if they are successful in scheduling an interview for the position you applied for.
     

    Please know that just because you do not hear from someone, does not mean you are not being considered for positions. There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes.

  • Do I need to come in for an appointment?

    We do not feel it is beneficial to bring you in for an appointment when we do not have any job openings within your field. 

    Our goal is to make a perfect match for both the client and the applicant, however, we cannot guarantee employment for everyone who applies.  We wait until we feel confident we can use the skillsets the applicants have before scheduling an appointment so we are not wasting their time or giving them false hope.

  • Does everyone have to take a drug test?

    The drug screen is a part of our application process, and yes, everyone must pass one in order to be placed on a job through us.

  • Do you charge for the drug screening?

    There is no charge. The drug screen is a part of our application process.

  • Is there a placement fee?

    No, all charges are paid by LandrumHR clients.

  • Will I have one assigned LandrumHR Representative once I register?

    We have several HR Specialists assigned to manage a variety of job listings. You may hear from different HR Specialists throughout your job search depending on the positions you are interested in.

  • What can I do to better my chances of getting placed on an assignment?​

    Make sure your resume is updated and includes all of your skills. We recommend monitoring our job listings every day, or at least a few times per week. Please make sure you have the experience and skills required for the jobs you apply for.

    Also remember to tell us if any of your contact information changes, so we will have a way of getting in touch with you as quickly as possible if we find a job for you.

  • Do I need a resume?

    We utilize your resume as a placement tool for the client. We ask that you submit your resume by logging into the jobs portal or by email. Be sure to include a phone number where we can contact you. You can send your resume to LSSresumes@LandrumHR.com. If you've worked with us before and simply need to send us an updated version of your resume, please end those to LSSresumes@LandrumHR.com as well.

    All resumes emailed must be in Microsoft Word format.

  • Can LandrumHR help me create or update my resume?

    We do not have a resume program available at our office. A resume service is available at CareerSource Escarosa in Pensacola and CareerSource Okaloosa Walton in Fort Walton Beach/Destin.

  • I just landed an interview with one of LandrumHR's clients! What do I do now?

    Your HR Specialist will prepare you with all of the essential information you will need, such as the interview location, the interviewer’s name, and the job description.  They will also provide interview preparation tips to adequately prepare you to shine like a star in the interview!

  • Once I'm hired, how do I get paid?

    LandrumHR employees can submit their hours via our electronic timesheet submittal process, also known as PeopleNet, or by completing a paper timesheet.

    At the end of your work day each Friday, visit the LandrumHR website. On the home page, click on the "Sign In" button located at the top right corner of the screen. This will take you to a page where you can access the PeopleNet link - scroll down until you see the PeopleNet login.  To login, you must first create an account. Please visit www.mypeoplenet.com/logon.

    The timesheet deadline for entering online hours is Saturday, 11:59 p.m. Hours MUST be entered by 11:59 p.m. on the Saturday following the work week to guarantee that your supervisor will receive an e-mail to approve them. Hours MUST be entered by 11:59 p.m. on the Saturday ending the work week to guarantee that your supervisor will receive an email to approve them.

    Your funds will be processed and either direct deposited to a checking or savings account, or EZPay paycard.

    If you have any questions on entering time, please call your LandrumHR supervisor at 850-476-5100 (Pensacola) or 850-244-0026 (Fort Walton Beach).

    A paper timesheet is still acceptable. Please remember to:

    • Print your full name and social security number on your timesheet.
    • Enter our customer's company name and the name of the person you report to for the assignment.
    • For each day worked, record the date, time started, time finished, time taken for lunch, and actual hours worked.
    • Sign your timesheet and enter the correct week ending date (Saturday).
    • Have our customer sign your timesheet and indicate whether your assignment is continuing or has been completed.
    • Leave the last copy with our customer and return the balance of the set to the LandrumHR office.
    • Timesheet deadline is 10:00 am every Monday morning (including holiday weeks). The Landrum Pensacola office has a convenient drop slot at our front door for evening or weekend drops.  In our Fort Walton Beach office timesheets must be dropped off during business hours (M - F, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm)
    • Extra timesheets can be downloaded here.

  • Once I'm hired, how often will I be paid?

    Our pay days can vary depending on your assignment and location. Your Landrum representative will let you know when you can expect to be paid. If you selected to utilize the EZPay paycard, you will need to pick up your paycard from the LandrumHR office on or after your first scheduled pay day. Once you have the card in your possession, your funds will be loaded to the card each week.

  • What should I do if I don't like the assignment I'm placed on?

    We strive to make sure every placement is a great fit for both you and the client. However, we understand this will not always be the case. Please contact the HR Specialist who placed you on the assignment right away if there are any concerns you may have. Your HR Specialist will be available to offer their guidance.

  • How can I brush up on my computer skills?

    Computer tutorials are offered through LandrumHR to our employees free of charge. You do not need an appointment, just come in anytime between 1pm and 4pm.

  • What happens at the end of my assignment?

    If you are placed on a temporary assignment, your HR Specialist will inform you of how long the assignment is expected to last. Either the client or the HR Specialist will notify you if there is a change with this date. 
     
    If you are placed on a Contract-to-Direct assignment, the HR Specialist will contact the client once you are close to completing the liquidation period to find out if they are ready to hire you on or extend your assignment.  Either the client or HR Specialist will contact you with the decision. Please contact your HR Specialist if you have any questions about this.