Customer Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 19, 2017
I was placed with a client of Atrium's to be temp-perm. I was never converted after 8 months (a 3 month guarantee) and then we were all let go. Granted, they gave us a notice and gave us time to help find a new job. But a guarantee to be permanent but never be converted is not a good business practice for an agency. All the while I (and others) would ask Atrium when we would be converted, etc. and always received a roundabout response and never the truth. We kept being told it's "business as usual" and then all got let go one day.
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 24, 2017
Excellent place to work, great benefits and a great management team. The product is excellent however expensive and the product is sold mostly out of the country. Sometime its take a while to get your money for the product which may cause layoffs because of the cash flow. Would work for this company again if a position became available.
slow pay for products shipped out of the country, causes cash flow
Was sent to many different factories to work. But personally I do not think I am cut out for warehouse work anymore. I have about five yrs knowledge of different factories such as thk universal vaneer atrium in johnstown
Managing Partner (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 2, 2016
Atrium is a woman-owned innovative organization filled with employees who are smart, driven, and easy to be with. We help organizations find exceptional talent and candidates find opportunities that are an ideal fit.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 26, 2016
Atrium Staffing has been great to me. The day after my interview they called me with a job. They work with you to find employment that you will enjoy. The only downside is not knowing when your next assignment will come.
Have gone to dozens of temp agencies, Atrium put me to work right away
Temp (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 20, 2016
It's a boutique agency with small staff, they're all super nice and they gave me an opportunity right away. Unfortunately it was short term and only lasted 3 months. Still better than the other agencies who would call me about my resume, interview me and then forget abut me.
A great temp agency that offers temp, temp- perm and permanent placing depending on your qualifications
Sales Associate/ Inventory Management (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 12, 2015
This is a great agency for students back after semester looking for work and for people who cant work all the time or wish to have some flexibility in their schedules. They have relationships with all sorts of companies from corporate levels to retail and designer showrooms. The management and recruiters are super helpful and are willing to correspond with you as needed and they take great care of their associates in the event of an issue with an employer they definitely advocate for you. They also take the stress pf searching for employment off of you by calling you when they have potential assignments you'd qualify for.
Office Support/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Iselin, NJ – July 23, 2015
The staff at Atrium was so knowledgeable. They are efficient, they listen and most of all proactive! They are so honest with their feedback and maintain contact throughout the whole process. I highly recommend their services to anyone with current frustrations in their rule looking to explore new opportunities.
Productive work environment; allows me to build connections with numerous companies and explore potential realms.
Temporary Receptionist/Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 23, 2015
Recruiters at Atrium Staffing will call me the day before, or sometimes the day of, and ask me if I am available for an assignment. If I agree, they will send me a confirmation e-mail and then I report to that specific company for the temporary role. These assignments are typically reception/front desk coverage.
Paid, lunch is often free, exposed to numerous companies
Facilities manager (Former Employee) – 437 Madison Ave – June 2, 2015
I worked as a receptionist but mostly as a facilities assistant, doing menial work like replenishing the office pantry, restocking the printers with paper, and responding to other various office requests.
Motion (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 31, 2015
All they want is to stick you in a job and forget about you. Just keep that money coming into them, cash cows and cowboys! They take a larger chunk of that than many, too. Which means YOU get the rates of 10 years ago. Benefits HA! Just like all of them, you have to be in a long term job and stay there, or you lose whatever little bit they gave you.
I love this company but it doesn't offer enough hours per week.
Sensory Panelist (Current Employee) – Glenview, IL – December 17, 2014
A typical day at work would be going in and either sitting at a round table discussing attributes for a food product or sitting at a partitioned booth rating products on a sliding scale to describe the product. My co-workers are from all ethnic backgrounds and age groups. We learn a lot from each other. The hardest part about the job is doing a product that you really don't like. The most enjoyable part of my job is of course the food. I also like learning new things about the science of what we do.