Client Service Director (Current Employee) – Des Moines, IA – July 26, 2017
During my tenure at Diversant, I have witnessed large growth, which brings certain pains and often delayed operational processes but at the same time is willing to invest in and empower it employees. .
There has been turnover in Senior Leadership over the last couple of years, for the right reasons, and this has dramatically improved the company culture from my perspective.
My personal experience has been fantastic. I have a direct line of communication to the CEO who is passionate, inspirational, and a mentor to those that reach out. He is readily available to be of assistance and a fantastic advocate for Diversity.
Diversant has provided an excellent opportunity to be part of the in's and out's of the business and provides a long leash to maximize service to our client.
Software Consultant (Former Employee) – North Carolina – February 24, 2017
Management is not transparent. They promise everything but don't provide anything.
Specially Desi guys on H1B never never never join this company, my suggestion based on my experience. I worked here for 1 and 1/2 year. They promised green card withing 3 months but did not do anything in 1 and 1/2 year. They are not active in marketing resume and once project's contract ends they will revoke your H1B without any intimation or notification.
Worst insurance policies they have, for pharmacy benefits was changed so many times in a year. Many times it was terminated. They don't give any notification for anything.
WORST WORST WORST company to work for. Please never transfer H1B with them.
IT Help Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 19, 2016
One day the trunk cable connecting to the one of the catalyst switch was disconnected, no user could able to access network resources. I was call upon to fix the problem, suddenly i was able to quickly detect the problem and provide resolution.
You are like one family working together, having fund, idea sharing and so on.
They lure in with the promise of green card sponsorship. They even put you in touch with the attorney, he promises speedy paper work and you will get your GC in 15 months, since I wasn't born in India. It's 18 month, only got the labour approved. Diversant employee is responsible for approving each step, they drag intentionally. My contract is done, they don't have another contract, now I have to start the process all again with new employer. If you go to Perm Tracker you can see, they have 50% labour expired. The rest is employed with them now and eventually expire. I don't think they ever get anyone GC. Recruiters won't call you back. I went up the chain calling from the director in Charlotte, to all the way to CEO. CEO promised me director from Charlotte office will call me back. No one would call back.
Their health insurance is $3000/month for an employee with family. They make money with that too.
There just lie and no real benefit to working for them.
$3000/month health insurance. Lie about GC sponsor.
Technical Recruiter (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 18, 2016
Throughout my short time there, upper management was condescending, cheap (we got an office budget of $120 for snacks, water, supplied, utensils, for an office of 18 people), they scrutinized everything you did, had unattainable metrics that made you focus more on getting calls in than establishing great relationships with candidates, etc
Needing new leadership for a potentially solid company.
Market Director (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 8, 2016
We achieve that by giving you superior training, mentoring, and career opportunities to excel in your chosen path. Work in a diverse office environment that enables collaboration and innovation. Our culture is based on healthy competition and respect for one another, making DIVERSANT a great place to build your professional network while you build a rewarding career.
Recruiter, Sales and Marketing Team (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 14, 2015
This job is made to bring in un suspecting college graduates, who don't know any better. Seduce them with a salary most wont see out of college and make them do tedious work. If you are into, false promises of advancement, no loyalty, micro managing and no job stability this is the place for you. Good Luck.
Gives you incite on how to conduct yourself in a professional setting.
no advancement opportunities, no job stability, underhanded actions, management sucks, the list goes on.
Prepared Status Reports for 24/7 progress for Global upgrade. Responsible for escalating critical issues to Engineering team. Worked with techs to implement fixes on a real-time basis. Ensured schedule was kept for around the clock coverage.