Search Agencies, Search Recruitment Agency, Temporary Staffing Agencies and More for Job Seekers in the Houston, TX Area

You’re not just a resume.

Our candidates work in a variety of fields, from medical, legal, environmental, and positions in construction, logistics, transportation, warehouse, and distribution, to office positions like accounting, human resources, information technology, engineering, network systems, marketing, sales, and management. Whether you’re on the executive job search or looking for temporary work, we’ll help set you up for success with the best in Houston. Our goal is to improve your quality of life by placing you in the best position that matches your skill set with some of the Greater Houston area’s most reputable companies.

We review all applicant’s resumes. Those we think are qualified will be invited to our office for open positions. If you’re asked to come and interview with us, our next steps will be to perform a criminal background check, references check, drug screening (upon request), and basic skills testing. At that point, you will be assigned an individual recruiter to represent you. When a company needs someone they contact us, and your recruiter will work to see if you can be placed in this position.

Unlike other staffing agencies that may find your resume online, you’ll get to know your recruiter, and they’ll get to know you. This ensures that you’re placed in a job that works for you, not just you working at a job. Plus, the stability and longevity of our staff means we have the experience and knowledge you want in an agency. We develop mentoring relationships with our candidates, and will be with you every step of the way as you get started and settle into your new position. We will act as a liaison between you and your new company to make sure the employment is successful.

For a Contract Position, once hired, you’ll be placed on our payroll, where we’ll pay you weekly through mail, pick-up or direct deposit system, without fail. We also carry worker’s compensation insurance for all our candidates, as well as general liability insurance, so you and LPC Personnel, Inc. are covered. After accruing 1,000 hours with us, you are eligible for up to five paid holidays.

We welcome you to submit your resume and see if we can find you a position, whether temporary, part-time, or full-time, that will best utilize your skills and experience.

Interview Tips:

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Before the Interview

  1. Be punctual; allow plenty of time to get to your interview, at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time.
  2. Go into the interview alone; do not eat or chew gum.
  3. Do not carry packages or anything other than a briefcase or purse with you.
  4. Wear proper apparel for the interview, be neat and clean, and dress conservatively.
  5. Bring a copy of your resume, driver’s license, social security card, and a pen or pencil.
  6. Greet the receptionist with courtesy and respect; you never get a second chance to make a first impression.
  7. TURN OFF your cell phone or any other device that may cause a disturbance before entering the building.

The Interview

  1. Be composed, well mannered, do not get impatient if you have to wait.
  2. Read the application completely before writing anything, and then print clearly staying within the given space. Write something on every line showing the employer that you can follow directions.
  3. Shake hands and smile; then politely introduce yourself.
  4. Make eye contact with your interviewer, this shows that you are interested in what is being discussed.
  5. Sell yourself, don’t boast or give more information than requested. If you are confident you can handle the job, say so.
  6. Be enthusiastic, the job is important and the interviewer wants someone who is genuinely interested in the position and company.
  7. Never talk negatively about a former employer, supervisor, or colleague; state reasons for leaving calmly and truthfully.
  8. Be prepared to answer questions about your qualifications, stress your strong points and achievements.
  9. Research the company and position; retain as much information as possible.
  10. Be prepared to answer questions     such as:
    1. What can you offer our company?
    2. Why do you want to work for us?
    3. Why should we hire you?
  11. Whether the interview has been successful or not, thank the interviewer for their time.
  12. Do not hesitate to say, “I want to work for you” or words which convey this meaning.
  13. You may accept a job on the spot but NEVER decline a job on the spot. Let your Recruiter decline for you, it reflects better on you since your recruiter is trained to handle this.

After the Interview

It is important that you call your Recruiter immediately after the interview. If you are interested in the position we will try to help you obtain it.

Keep all job information confidential until you land the job. You may create your own competition by discussing the job with others.


  1. Never fail to keep an appointment, if you are running late contact your Recruiter.
  2. Go to the interview with a positive attitude; keep in mind that this may be the best job in the world.
  3. Work closely with your Recruiter, anything you share with him/ her is confidential.


Your only purpose at the interview is to obtain a job offer whether you subsequently decide to accept it or not.

The best way to obtain an offer is to ask for the job.