Have a question about working for Barracuda Staffing? Find answers here. If you have a question not listed below, then contact our team.
Yes, we offer a medical insurance plan for your consideration. It would go into effect after 90 days of employment.
Yes, a spouse and/or your children can be covered under both insurance plans.
Whether you initially decided to accept insurance or not, you have 30 days after your start date to change your mind. If you wish to change your mind, then reach out to our office.
Certain qualifying life events allow for a change in insurance to happen. These events include, but are not limited to, marriage, divorce, birth of a child and more. Please contact our office for more information and to see if you qualify to make changes to your plan.
Have your case worker fax a Verification of Employment form over to Barracuda Staffing at (918) 488-8399. Your signature for the information release will be required on the form.
That is up to the company you are working at, not Barracuda Staffing. Ask your supervisor if they pay for holidays.
You are contracted to be our employee for 90 days after your start date. After that, the company you’ve been placed at can take you on permanently at any time, but they do not have to. Your supervisor is the one to speak to about when you’ll be taken on permanently.
Payday is every Friday. Your first check will typically be delivered to your work-site unless job site is out of area or client requests we hold at our office.
We offer both! To set up direct deposit we need either a voided check or a direct deposit slip provided by your bank. We can also set up a pay card when you come in to do paperwork. The process may take two weeks; you’ll receive paper checks in the meantime.
Direct deposits are scheduled for 9:00 a.m. every Friday morning. Sometimes your bank will deposit the funds early, it differs by bank and sometimes by week. If it’s after 9:00 a.m. on Friday and it still hasn’t been deposited, then call our office manager at (539) 202-8946.
Schedule requests need to be made through your on-site supervisor.