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.
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.
Call center representative (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 17, 2016
All days were spent on the phone taking inbound orders. I increased my knowledge of high end brands. Management was helpful. Coworkers were overall nice. The hardest part of my job was that there was no client face to face contact. The most enjoyable part of my job was when my clients would call us back after purchase and complement us.
Inspector/Machine Operator (Former Employee) – LaGrange, GA – June 16, 2016
Usually my days working at this job were good and relaxed. I've learn a lot about how to bale carpet tiles,how to inspect them for defects and how to stack them properly on pallets to be shipped and process for store orders.The management was ok most of the co-workers was nice and helpful.The hardest part of the job was constantly standing and bending for 8-12 hours.The most enjoyable part was when we have a company cookout for the hard work we did on a daily basis.
the rep at CTDI lied to me. He said my benefits would kick in a month. Found out it wasn't going to kick in for 2 1/2 months, by that time they let me go. Don't trust CTDI or Addeco. Because of them I have considered leaving the electronics industry if this is what management is like now. They treat you like cows... get rid of you when ever they want for no other reason but to make the people in management richer. They use you, abuse you and loose you.. right out the door... sorry don't need you anymore.
In House Support (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – June 15, 2016
Worked on helping potentional employees find work at various positions with clients through the staffing agent. Myco-workers were helpful in teaching me the programs I'd never seen before, and answered any and all questions I had.
Maintenance/Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – June 14, 2016
My duty is to maintain an environmental and infection control standard within established policies and procedures of the health care center. I perform a variety of general cleaning task to maintain patient rooms, offices, hallways and other assigned areas of the facility. I also distribute and track clean linens to user departments and maintain stock level on hospital floors.