I worked at Romac Industries full-time (More than 10 years)
A lot of nice people at this company, just not in management. If you don't work on the shop floor, you can have a pretty good work-life balance.
You will only find men in positions of power here. They do not truly value or respect the staff that work there. The culture is to make you feel like you are lucky to have a job there. The wages are low compared to comparative companies and you will have to fight all the time to get a wage increase. Benefits are good, but expensive for the employee. There is a ceiling here where only people who are related to the founder will be in management. Shortly after the company laid people off in 2008, froze wages and cut benefits, there was a stock buy-up and a number of managers showed up with new Mercedes.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Romac Industries in May 2010.
The interview panel asked competency questions, then they actually gave a quiz afterwards.
I contacted the staffing agency a couple of times and I never heard back from
the Company nor from the staffing agency.