Pros: celerity tried to have "social gatherings", and "happy hours"
Cons: my rep got visibly upset that things weren't going the way she wanted.
The recruitment process was good; nice, and friendly. When the time came to place me with a client, I was suddenly hit with the realization that the client requires MANDATORY 10 to 12 hour workdays, and 60-hour workweeks!! You get paid overtime, but it is "banked" for at least 6 weeks. If you can't do the the 10-hour days, the client terminates the contract. So, either Celerity KNEW about this up-front, and didn't tell its' own employees about it; or they DIDN'T do their homework, and exposed their employess to "slave labor". In either case, Celerity was unsympathetic with those who had trouble working the hours, because the client is always right.