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Staffing for Factories

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When a company needs help hiring any type of Factory worker, they can turn to Tier2Tek Staffing. As a staffing agency, Tier2Tek provides various employment types for your unique hiring needs, including Direct Hire, Outsourced, Temp-To-Hire, Temporary, High-Volume Staffing and Seasonal Staffing. Let’s find the right staffing solution for your business.


What is a Factory?

When a company plans to mass-produce an item using machinery, it will need to allocate the work to a factory. Basically, a factory is a group of buildings where products are created. Often, these products are created with large machinery, assembly lines and hands-on worker. Examples are factories for plastic products, canned goods, or automobiles.

A tradition as old as time. Ever heard of the Industrial Revolution?

Henceforth, a Factory employs a variety of workers across a plethora of fields. From engineers to maintenance workers, Factories require an array of different talents to function properly. In fact, the 2018 County Business Patterns, noted that the manufacturing sector employed 11.9 million workers in the United States

5 Highest-Paid Factory Jobs

According to Monster, here are the highest paying jobs in manufacturing.

Positions We Staff

Looking for the perfect candidates to work in your Factory or Factory-related business? Tier2Tek is here to help.

As a national staffing agency, Tier2Tek has a database of prescreened candidates for any profession. Simply put, we rely on transparency and dedication to bring you the best possible employees within your timeframe. Regardless of role or employment type, we can help you find the perfect match.

Our goal at Tier2Tek Staffing is to bring you workers that we would hire ourselves. That’s our reputation. That’s our motto.


“Life is pretty simple: You do some stuff. Most fails. Some works. You do more of what works. If it works big, others quickly copy it. Then you do something else. The trick is the doing something else.”

Steve Jobs, American businessman