Got a question? A list of Frequently Asked Questions are below.

How do I apply for a job?

Begin by registering with LG Resources.

After your online application has been submitted, please contact the LG Resources office closest to you to schedule an interview.

  • Salt Lake: (801) 973-6755
  • Ogden: (801) 399-4473
  • Provo:(801) 900-4726

Bring two forms of ID with you to complete the LG registration/application prior to your interview. A list of Acceptable Identification can be found here.

A background check and drug screening will be completed prior to job placement.

What forms of ID do I need to bring?

Please click here to view the acceptable forms of identification.

Employees may present one selection from List A or a combination of one selection from List B and one selection from List C.

Additional information can also be found on the Official Website of the Department of Homeland Security.

Where are jobs located?

LG Resources serves clients along the Wasatch Front in Weber, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah counties. You will typically be assigned to a job that is close to the LG Resources office that you applied with.

How soon can I get placed on a job?

Once you’ve registered with LG Resources and have met the requirements for employment, job placement can occur within 1-2 days and often within the same day depending on client need.

What if I'm not able to go to work?

If you are not able to go to work (for ANY reason), please call your office manager and let them know as soon as possible.

  • Salt Lake: (801) 973-6755
  • Ogden: (801) 399-4473
  • Provo:(801) 900-4726

Let your office manager know the situation and when you’ll be able to return to work. Failure to show up to an assigned job with communicating with your office manager can result in being released from the job.

How often do I get paid?

Paychecks are typically received every two weeks depending upon the job you are placed on.  The office manager can give you information about when you can expect your first paycheck based on the job assignment.

How long do jobs last?

Most jobs available are temp-to-hire which means that opportunity for full time placement depends upon your work ethic, performance, reliability and the needs of the client company.

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