Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chico, CA – June 29, 2016
I enjoyed it but was unable to get a full time job, they only had Temporary. I recommend them for people who like to work at different jobs but I am interested in a full time job that is secure and pays the bills. It was hard for me because I would get a job assignment for a short time and the whole time I was working it was hard to concentrate because I was trying to figure out how I was going to make it when that job ended.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – June 29, 2016
The job was easy and you are taught everything you need to know. The only issue is management and time management.The building is keep clean and up to date. The equipment and computer you have to use are slow. The systems make it easy to process claims. Once you are out of training you are on your own. They expect you to ask people around you taking calls for help making other employees angry because they do not wish to help and agree there should be designated people for assistance.
Temporary Employee for client TRW automotive (Former Employee) – Marshall, IL – June 27, 2016
In my experience the worst thing about this company is its inability to be flexible in scheduling. The best thing about this company was that they had quick hiring practices and if you qualified for the job you didn't wait around a month waiting to see if you were going to get to work for them or not.
Initiated contact with customers through phone calls and use of a predictive dialer. Responded customer inquiries regarding mortgage default and loss mitigation options. Evaluated customer’s financial ability and ability to make payments. Managed information including edifying arrears, formulating terms of repayment, drafting stipulated repayment agreements, and ensuring the right initial terms and conditions of the agreement were met.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Johnstown, PA – June 25, 2016
I enjoyed working with Adecco they were very accommodating and helpful with helping me find work. Adecco was helpful in helping me find a job at metlife. I was trained in outgoing call center to help people gain access to life insurance. The training provided was well above par and the people were excellent to work with. All of my coworkers were very helpful and willing to lend a hand whenever needed.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Chippewa Falls, WI – June 23, 2016
Adecco has helped me in many ways to achieve my goals! They have taken the time to find the perfect fitting job for me. Getting a job thru Adecco you are looking at fair pay. They have been great in keeping contact and resolving issues. Adecco staff are very professional.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – LPCH – June 22, 2016
Sometimes I forget that I work for Adecco. My recruiter does not call me to check in how things are going.
When I am at work, everything is pretty great, my co workers are nice and management is pretty good. The hardest part of my job is not being able to have all my questions answered right away because Adecco is my Employer.
I liked this job, it has good benefits, good management, but Adecco won't let you work for them for more than two years so that you never become anything other than a temp. If you want a career, this isn't the place.
working with civilian for the first time after my military experience was quite intriguing. It was great working and exercising my supervisory and managerial skills/knowledge in a civilian oriented environment.
iCup/Barista (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 20, 2016
working on icup was pretty cool. everyday I would come in fill up coffee machines with ether decaf or regular coffee bean. Then I would fill in the hot coco machines, and make sure machines are working properly.