Receiving (Current Employee) – East Hartford, CT – March 19, 2016
If you want to go work in a place with poor management here you go, bad moral supervisors and management don't communicate . They have people in positions that don't know how to manage just yes sirs. If you think your opinion matters it doesn't. No room for advancement even though they tell you there is or wage increases they have a contract with the employer so it's your job to lose no temp to hire no benefits and train you with people that are learning themselves, basically pick it up.
Daily Reconciliation of accounts payable and accounts receivable through QuickBooks, Rapid inventory while using Excel spread sheets to stay up to date. Working with this third party procurement agency to obtain quotes both domestic and internationally. Maintaining constant contact with the vendors as well as our clients to make sure product was placed, ordered and delivered in a timely fashion. The Management keeps us busy at a steady rate with different tasks, but allows us to work independently with minimal supervision. Then most difficult part of the job is maintaining contact with domestic vendors who keep different hours than our company. The job in the entirety is a joy and there is not a part of it that I can differentiate from the other as being most enjoyable.
The work environment and constantly learning new things.
Assist in CIFS and Pershing LLC (Former Employee) – Hato Rey, PR – February 11, 2016
Adecco Employment agencies are good places to get job opportunities to start getting experiences and also get good jobs that can help you see risk free a company and once within their job culture and knowing there offering you can pursue placement directly within the company. Adecco treats with diligent service its employees and gives paid sick leave days and paid days off vacations. Pay is weekly.
Diligent service, Good guidance, Good matchmaking, Some good benefits not normaly found in temporary jobs eg sick leave pay
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 28, 2016
As a temp for the company, you're treated like you're disposable and your needs are never met, only the needs of the companies they place you at.... You're better off getting a regular full time/ part time job! If you enjoy being "disposable" with ok pay, overpriced insurance, no pay raises, and discriminated against at you site because your "just a temp" then this is the place for you! If you don't like these thing, which I'll assume most don't, then don't work for them! They will not keep your best interest at heart. Don't work at the P&G or 5/3 bank sites if you MUST get a job with them!
This is a good temp job but not a long term solution.
Forklift Operator/Order Puller (Current Employee) – Norman, OK – February 15, 2016
This company goes above and beyond to NOT provide holiday pay, paid time off, or bonuses. There are no quarterly evaluations or raises. Employees are not allowed to give 2 weeks notice and are instead walked out. Rather than just answering your questions, supervisors provide a phone number to call or email you a copy of the employee handbook. This job is only good if you do not have a lot of bills or a family to support.
great place to work, great people, great learning environmnet
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – January 23, 2016
My co-workers were like family, the management was always very supportive and encouraged you to learn, and I was always the first one to be called on to do back office consolidation's. The work hours were very flexible, the benefits were very good, and family came first. A typical day was working with IT on People Soft and Oracle testing, month end closings, journal entries, balance sheet and p&l analysis, bank reconciliations, and special projects.
free lunches, travel to Florida, NJ, and Maryland, flexible schedules
Warehouse Lead (Current Employee) – Township of South Brunswick, NJ – February 17, 2016
A simple job. Good people who work hard. This company is an agency so that means you will not get the full salary you desire because you were hired through them. Management is easy to work with although they like to hide some information from you. Otherwise, a fairly decent agency to work for, considering you land the job you're looking for.
IT Contractor (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 29, 2015
This review is for contract work in general across multiple companies where assigned.
One downside is lack of progress to the next level in any one skill. I learned enough to complete a task successfully.
Excellent way to learn a wide variety of skills. Freedom to select best tools and resources.
Missed a formal development of web based education.
I have been at the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission for over seven years. And I have not been hired by the Company. I got turned downed for the File Room job twice by people who there in less time than I was. I have been paying for my own Health Insurance the entire time I have been at this Company. There is no room for advancement.
Accounting-A/P, A/R, Collections (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – March 7, 2016
For a family owned business, they have it together. Enjoyed working here. Turn over is low, management is helpful and has an open door policy. Benefits are alright. For this town, a great place to work
I did not feel valued as an employee with this company. The health benefits are a joke and the pay is minimal at best. Management never made me feel like I was an asset to the company. I feel forgotten about, devalued, and that my interests and skills were not being used to determine ways to advance my career.
Test Lead (Software Engineer II) (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – November 28, 2015
I've worked for Adecco for approximately 10 years. Even though they are considered a temp agency, the jobs almost always get their contracts renewed every year. Adecco is usually willing to work with schedules while students are in school and are flexible for other activities as long as the work is accomplished. The main problems are: 1: Benefits. The most paid time off you can get for a year is 10, and that's only after you've worked there for 10 years or more. Health Benefits are just as bad. While they technically meet the minimum affordable medical requirements they are anything but affordable if you have a family (cheapest plan for my family was over $300 per week, and that cost is 100% on the employee). 2: Forced time off. Every year Adecco requires employees to take a number of days off to meet the contractors cost. This has been as little as 1 week but as much as 6 weeks in a year.