Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to some common questions about our company.

Hiregy is an independent, owner-operated company based in the Tampa Bay area of Florida and serving Tampa and Orlando. Hiregy will be acting as People 2.0’s representative in regard to your employment and job assignments. Hiregy is a licensed agent of People 2.0 and represents People 2.0 to clients in this area. Hiregy also serves as an agent for People 2.0 in certain personnel matters. You are being employed by People 2.0 Global, Inc. (doing business as “People 2.0”) to work in job assignments at local client locations. Hiregy has contracted with People 2.0 to act on its behalf in the Central Florida area and will help coordinate your schedule and our communication with you. Hiregy will notify you of available work assignments for which we believe you are qualified.  You will be paid based on the client job position to which you are assigned. Your paycheck and W-2 will be issued by People 2.0, and workers’ compensation, unemployment and other benefits are provided by People 2.0.
You should email or call Hiregy at 813-449-4800 or
The work week is Monday (12:01 AM) through Sunday (12:00 midnight). Payday is the following Thursday. Thus, each Thursday you will be paid for time you worked during the previous week.
Timesheets are due by 10 am on Monday mornings.
Hiregy offers three payment options. You can receive a check, have your pay deposited directly into a bank account with direct deposit or receives a paycard.
For every 1500 hours worked in the last 12 months, employees earn 5 days paid time off. Your Paid Time Off pay will equal your average weekly earnings during the year in which the vacation was earned (total earnings divided by 52 weeks).
People 2.0 recognizes the six major national holidays: New Years Day (Jan. 1), Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. If you have completed 1,200 work hours within the last 36 weeks without interruption (which means without missing more than five (5) consecutive days of work), and you work the days you are scheduled to work immediately before and after the holiday, you will automatically be paid for these holidays.
Your recruiter will contact you.
Check the website for new opportunities.
Please email or call every week to let Hiregy know that you are available to work.
If you are injured on the job, report the incident to the Hiregy office immediately at 813-449-4800, even if the injury is minor. Please Note: Reporting an incident to a client supervisor on the job is not enough, you have to report it to a Hiregy representative. At that time Hiregy will direct you to a People 2.0 Preferred Provider for treatment if required. If you have any questions, please ask a Hiregy representative.
Generally, it's a good idea to wear a suit for a job interview. Go with something simple, in a neutral tone. The more conservative your field is, the more conservative your suit should be. For example, if you're applying for a job in an investment firm, go with a navy blue or dark gray suit. If you are applying for a job working on a warehouse floor, you will look out of place wearing a formal suit. Keeping that in mind, dress a little better than you would for a day at work and make sure your clothes are neat and clean. Again, follow the rule of dressing better for the interview than you would for a typical day at the office.
For your first day, it's OK to wear a suit. Then you can gauge how other employees dress and plan for the rest of the week. On your first day, ask your supervisor to review guidelines on appropriate dress and grooming for the workplace.
Always contact Hiregy if you are going to be late or not going into work on a scheduled day. Hiregy will contact your supervisor.Direct phone numbers for Hiregy staff members can be found in the About Us section of this site.
If, for some reason, you do not like the job to which you are assigned, you should contact the Hiregy office as soon as possible to see if another suitable assignment may be available. If you walk off a job before the shift ends, we will assume you have quit your job with People 2.0. Your employment will be terminated and you will not be eligible for other work through our company.