National Account Manager (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – April 3, 2014
Pros: free lunches and dinners, great comunication with lower and senior management, they called me brad pitt.
Cons: could have used a bit more mentoring for greater success, they called me brad pitt.
Contact potential clients establish business relationship. Negotiate terms for staffing. Review workers with boots on the ground. Remediate problems. Monitor jobsites with employees. Review with established clients services provided. Adjust practices to improve services.
•Handling all payroll related issues •Revising pay stubs & invoices •Entered purchasing orders into the database •Handled payroll deductions for hotels & advances •Maintained a proficient filing system •Servicing contractors & our employees •Took care of all office duties & correspondence in the office •Kept up to date with all job orders and sales activities
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – August 20, 2012
Cons: too many to list
Construct Corps was a strong company to work with initially. However, their corporate values and company structure changed when they got involved with Nascar. The costs involved required them to shut down all branches and move sales internally in 2009. The top management is all related by blood or marriage, with many of those unqualified to handle the diverse responsibilites required in a management role. Overall, I would not recommend them is a strong company to work for