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View a full list of our open positions and take the most important step in your career journey, the next one.

As one of the leading local temporary and, temp-to-hire, and direct hire staffing and recruiting agencies in the area, DecisionPathHR® is here to help you along every step of your job search journey from start to finish.

How should I format my resume? What are recruiters looking for in an interview? What on earth is a cover letter and do I need one? Get answers to these questions and more by checking in with DecisionPathHR®'s resource center often.

Hiring Process / What to expect

Are you ready to take the first step?

1. Complete online application

Don’t sell yourself short! Make sure you include all of your skills and previous experience - it can go a long way in helping us find the right job for you! If you have a resume, be sure to upload it.

A complete profile helps us properly identify what positions would be the best fit for you. Your success is our success and that all starts with how much we know, so fill out every part of the application as thoroughly as possible.

2. A recruiter will contact you

Once you finish the application, one of our recruiters will review your information and reach out to you within 48 hours to schedule an in-person interview.

If you haven't heard from us within two days, give your local office a call and set up a time to come in!

We have offices in South Charlotte, Concord, and Statesville. We're also located at community centers and our clients often - view our events calendar for specifics.

3. Interview

After you arrive at our office, your recruiter will learn what you’re looking for, assess your skills, and match you with a position where you can be successful.

Making a good impression during an interview is a must. Find out how to stand out from the crowd here.

Come prepared by bringing a copy of your resume and identification that proves you are eligible to work in the United States.

Employee Testimonials

  • “DecisionPath is a great place to find a job and their recruiters are awesome!”
  • “DecisionPath, in my opinion, was not like other staffing agencies--they actually offer competitive wages and I really, really appreciated my recruiter meeting me on my first day to make sure I was okay.  Then upon hiring my recruiter came and gave my well wishes and congratulated me.  That is very meaningful!
  • “Got me a job within a week. Loved the organization, the dedication, and the commitment to getting me hired.”
  • “This is my first time going through a temp agency to get a job. I was placed at a great company and my recruiter has been great at answering all questions and working with me.”


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Frequently Asked Questions


What’s involved in the application process?

Begin by  applying online. You will be asked to provide detailed work history information as well as asked desired shift, type of work and location preference. One of our recruiters will contact you to review your application and schedule an interview. In the interview, you will have the opportunity to discuss your skills and what you are looking for in your next position. The recruiter will discuss not only the specific skills you have, but also find out more about your on-the-job experience. You may also be asked to complete online computer skills assessments. DPHR does reference checks with previous employers and other references you provide. We also conduct background checks and drug screenings as a standard part of the application process. Upon reviewing the results of your background, drug, and reference screenings, your recruiter may extend an offer to join the DPHR network.

How often should I contact my recruiter?

After receiving the offer of employment from your recruiter, please contact the office once a week with your availability.

What if I have a question or issue while on an assignment?

Contact your recruiter with any questions or concerns you may have on assignment.