Do I need a resume?

Yes. Most of our clients require an updated resume. You can upload a resume to your Lofton file by logging into your application and uploading your resume there. Resumes can be uploaded as a Word Document (preferred) or a PDF. You can also email your resume to your local branch. Contact your local branch for more information. 

Where can I find my W-2's, Check Stubs, and Timesheet Reports?

To find your W-2 forms, Check Stubs, ad Timesheet reports, log into your account under the Employee Login tab at the top of each web page. You can access and print those documents from that page. 

Where can I find what jobs are available through Lofton?

We list most of our available positions on our Job Board on the website. To find the Job Board, click the red button marked Job Board at the top of each web page. Use the search engine on the following page to search for specific positions. Positions are listed by job title, city, state, and pay range. 

How do I mark myself available?

To mark yourself available each week, log into your account using the Employee Login tab. Once logged in, highlight the Availability button, then click Update Availability. Follow the instructions on the page to mark yourself available. 

How do I become an active employee with Lofton Staffing?

The first step in becoming an active Lofton employee is to complete the online application. Click the "Apply" button on the home page to begin. Once your completed application is on file, a Lofton representative will compare your skills and work history to our current needs to determine if we need you to come in for an immediate interview.  If you are immediately available and interested in short notice, short term assignments you may contact your local branch for further screening.

I forgot my username and password.

Contact your Local Lofton office where a representative can reset your password.

I applied with Lofton, but I never received a call.

There may be several factors why a Lofton representative has not contacted you regarding positions.

  1. Your contact information (cell, home or email) is not current in our system. Be sure to log into your application to update your information. 
  2. You have not marked yourself available each week. Be sure to log into your account to mark yourself available each week. 
  3. Your file may be inactive if you have not worked or updated your information within the last year.
  4. We contact applicants who have a profile and skill set based on our current needs. Please watch our job board and indicate your interest. 

Contact your local branch if you have any questions regarding your active status with Lofton.

Why do I have to mark myself available each week?

When positions come available, Lofton representatives run a search in our system for available candidates that meet the requirements for our positions. Marking yourself available lets our Placements team know that you are actively seeking employment. If you do not mark yourself available, your file will be marked inactive. 

How do I apply for positions on the job board?

First, visit our Job Board by clicking the "Job Board" button on the home page of our website. Once you find a position you want to apply for and have reviewed the job description, click "Apply" and follow the instructions to update your account. Once complete, your application will be reviewed by one of our Lofton representatives. A representative will then contact you if you meet the requirements for the position. 

Are there any fees to placed into a position with Lofton?

No - Never.

We Believe...

Relationships are built…one on one.
Know your people - match interest and talents to the tasks.
Don’t manage by numbers. (They just show if we’re on track.) People do the work.
People should feel better when they leave than when they came – and in turn we feel better.
When we help others, we help ourselves.
Great expectations: fair pay, fair treatment, teach me.
Have fun…and be better.
Work at having fun (51% of the time.) If you don’t feel it, fake it. Having fun is not slacking off. Work is more natural than play.