How do I access the FFT Staffing Hub Portal?
After you are accepted during the sign-up process our Recruitment Team will give you instructions on how to access THE HUB and get you familiar with the platform, you can also contact the FFT Staffing Team if you have questions.
What types of opportunities can I sign up to work at?
With our WorkerXpert Application, you'll be able to pick and choose the shifts you want. There is no limit or minimum and you'll be able to work with your availability.
Can I sign up for more than the given opportunities?
Yes, you can request more shifts through our HUB portal by submitting your request to one of our associates who will help you.
I want to learn and grow, is there opportunity for advancement?
Absolutely! There are plenty of opportunities to grow in your position within the company, please refer to any of our management team to express your interest.
Who do I report to on the job?
Always report to the supervisor or chef for the day. Our event managers will be on site from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave. Don't be afraid to ask any questions if you have any.
Who do I call the day of my shift if I am running late or can’t make it to the shift?
You need to call/text/email our FFT Staffing Department to notify if you are running into any issues before the shift. You can find their contact information on The HUB.
What do I do if I get hurt during a shift?
Please report your injury immediately to your manager our team is trained to follow the proper procedure, they will guide you in the right direction and answer any questions you may have.
What can I do if any part of my uniform is missing?
You can always request some parts of the missing uniform to the FFT Staffing Department. You can find more information about our Uniforms on The HUB.
Where can I park when I go to any of the shifts I schedule for?
Finding parking is very hectic specially in the Chicago downtown area. We recommend downloading the SPOT HERO APP to your smartphone to take advantage of the deals they offer.
Where do I enter the building when I arrive to site the day of my shift?
Always enter through the employee’s entrance usually located in the back or the side of the building, never enter through the main door unless specified otherwise by the FFT Staffing Department. Always carry a form of identification for entry.
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