Production team member (Current Employee) – Princeton, IN – November 5, 2016
I have worked for Aerotek at the Toyota Princeton plant for 7 months. I spend each day working in the paint department. The work itself isn't bad and the pay is very good considering it is an entry level assembly line job but you will have 48 - 60 hours of work per week and they do fire a lot of people without any notice until you try to come into work. It is very difficult to produce high enough quality to remain employed here and that becomes insanely stressful. There is no way to get a different position in the factory so you better get a job that you are going to be good at.
Great pay, good benefits, easy to sign up with
difficult work, very stressful, poor training, no help if needed
For my personal opinion Aerotek isn't bad at all. Its one of the better staffing companies. Got me a job through a contract and I'm now permanent with the company. Aerotek actually paid a little more than the company I work with and offered us benefits AND we got a raise through them as well while on contract. Ive been with a few temp agencies and none were even close to Aerotek overall besides BG Staffing. If you need work soon and willing to take a chance on a temp to perm its honestly a decent company. It was at times unnerving with the uncertainty of the situation and the contract but it all ended up working out in the end for most of us. Once again my personal experience in Irving, TX so of course other results may vary. But definitely worth a shot if you are un employed or looking for quick work
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – November 3, 2016
Fun company culture. They really try to do their best to compensate the hard work you put in but it is a grind. Depending on the day you could be done at 5 or 5:30 but others it could be 7:30 or 8 before you feel comfortable leaving, and you may still have not hit your expectations for the day. Great place to start out and learn but tough work-life balance.
Vendor Analyst (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 22, 2016
Coworkers were more than just team members, we were like family. Working for the company provided bonuses based off the work effort that was put forth. Decent salary. The call center was partitioned into divisions, e.g., Team H2O or Beast Team etc. which boosted our morale to work harder to close on homeowners loans especially priorities 1-3 in conjucntion with utilizing the isms, i.e., company ethics and or / guidelines. Very energetic atmosphere.
I started Aerotek on February 15th, 2016. I was contracted through them to work for a company based out of Morrisville, NC. It was so exciting for me. I was completely thrilled with the new opportunity before me, because I had been looking for the opportunity they presented me for a long time. It was a short lived dream. The company they contract for has management that SHOWS way too much favoritism, and if they don't like you, well it's out the door for you. I was robbed of my dream to become permanent. Not only that, but they released me for such a ridiculous reason...
Good work schedule, Provided free meals
Temp-to-hire positions, no benefits until you become permanent, Favoritism with certain employees
Aerotek is a very large recruiting firm. During the investigation of mortgage foreclosure fraud, Aerotek hired hundreds of individuals to work on the Independent Foreclosure Review. However, it did not appear that Aerotek took the time to properly screen applicants. Many were there to collect a paycheck and did minimal, if any, work.
breaks twice a day, wekkly paychecks, good benefits at a reasonable cost to the employee
Contract position, therefore, there is no guarantee when you job will end.
Team Lead/Debug Technician (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – November 23, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of clocking in at 1pm and would clock out anywhere between 2am-4am, six days a week. The work was challenging enough to keep my mind active and the constant changes kept me on my toes. I had a great supervisor who was tough, but fair. She stood behind me when I had to make on-the-spot decisions and made me feel like what I was doing was important. The hardest part of this job had to be working such long hours with only one day off a week. However, working with people from all over the globe was amazing.
challenging work atmostphere, culture, great management, variety of work responsibilities
mandatory overtime, little opportunity for advancement
Building Engineer - Cushman Wakefield Property (Current Employee) – Hanover, MD – August 14, 2016
Aerotek Company is a resource for professionals out of work after being employed for a long period of time. One stop shopping for jobs that will put the potential employee out in job market electronically and present you in a positive way to multiple employers. Unless you have help like you receive from Aerotek, you are unfamiliar with the process. I was hired by two employers and one job overlapped the other. However, the negative is it is temporary and you don't know from one week to the next whether the job opportunity will continue. Truthfully, all jobs are temporary but this one let you know it on the first day. The salary is somewhere in the middle. Some money for you and some for the company that found you the work. All fair in the job search market. One positive that was surprising, Aerotek pays weekly! It's been a long time since I had a once a week pay job!! It beats unemployment, I rather work for my money!
Treat you like a professional, once a week pay
Uncertain whether job will last, pay is not top dollar but fair.
Productive work environment, long days, grind, good people.
Technical Recruiter (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 7, 2016
Aerotek is a great job to start out at after college, with the new rates entry level people out of school will now get 60K after hitting certain numbers plus commission and bonus. You can make decent money here but it is quite a grind and you need to be prepared to work 50-60 hours a week and some weekends.
good compensation, good culture, free lunches, happy hours
Customer Support Associate/ Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – South San Francisco, CA – September 7, 2016
A typical day in this position is to answer emails and calls from contractors, making sure that all time cards are turned in on time, taking care of any HR paperwork for workers compensation etc. I had good co-workers to rely on when i felt overwhelmed. The company know how to take care of it's employees because when the office hit a specific goal, we would have outings, dinners and celebrations.
For a temp agency they need to keep in contact with their workers once temp assignment ends.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – August 9, 2016
I never worked for a temp angency before, keeping track of my automatic deposit was a problem, took over 2 months to get it started even though I had given all infomation and paper work needed before job started. The worker in charge of health care didn't have dates of hire correct so delayed my health card benefits. Called me on Memorial Day 2014 to end my assignment, and never called me back for another assigment.
Inbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Pittsford NY – November 22, 2016
I enjoy working for Aerotek except for the fact that there were no benefits or paid time off. Job security was absent. I actually work at Maximus through Aerotek and I had a great experience. I really enjoy the job I was doing and had a great supervisor and co workers
Marine Electrician (Current Employee) – Bremerton, WA – September 26, 2016
Keeps me about as busy as expected for a temp agency. Have to keep an eye on your pay as with any job. Love being able to learn a lot and the experience with various companies. Gives a potential full time employer a sneak peak at who you are before you apply to work for them. I love doing new things. The hardest part goes without saying, its temporary.
You have work and money coming in, face time with potential employers
Great company to work for, compensation is great and they do take care of their employees. Work culture is professional, fair and friendly. Management has an open door policy, they truly care about their employees. Definitely recommend them and would work for them again.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Brazil, IN – August 29, 2016
Their follow up skills could use some work. The pay is nice, but their screening for employees is a joke. Almost all the guys I worked with had little to no experience in the CNC field and I ended up spending more time helping others than I did running my own CNC lathes. This was for a production company, and i could have done way better if I wasn't having to help the others so much.
Mortgage Support Associate (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – August 10, 2016
Selected for a direct to hire position. Took a year to be directly hired by the company. Enjoyed my co-workers and I did not interact with the agency a lot once selected. Enjoyed my position, learned a lot. Major con was not made aware of additional positions and benefits of being with this company.
Unware of additional positions and benefits of being with this company.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Asheboro, NC – September 28, 2016
I really enjoyed working here and had an amazing experience material handling for some time. The only problem I experienced at this job was being harassed by my supervisor almost every other day; this made me not even want to come into work most of the time.