As a recruiter assistant you wear multiple hats. There's no way to encompass everything you might have to jump in and help that teaches you about community outreach, service, leadership, philanthropy etc.
Don't expect to put a dollar amount on the experiences you may encounter.
Support Staff (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 30, 2012
Very busy, more work than can be finished most days. Office is well kept. Many cliques with staff and management. CEO rarely involved, VP only has life experience, no degree. Accounting and finance best department to work for.
free massages every week, 9-5p, great surprise lunches
often not able to keep 9-5 hrs, plans always change without warning
I was over qualified for the position I noticed from the start considering where I have worked and my experience in sales. However the balance of work/life sounded intriguing and how they were supposedly increasing their sales side from 1 to 2 people. I was told I would get a call back. Not only did I not get a call back but I called them and they lied to my face. Then on top of it instead of just blatantly telling me, I received a petty email on how I was highly considered but went with someone else. I nearly lol but at the end of the day the laugh was hugely on them. I recieved a job 6 times their base pay as a GM. Now I just need to get my review on other web sites. NOT a legit company, will lie to your face, and try to keep you on a thread about your job. They do not have a good recruitment system, if you do not believe me see for yourself. Enjoy
Lies from recruiter and the solo sales person lady
High Energy, Positive Atmosphere, but short staffed
Executive Assistant to the CEO, COO and the CFO (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 20, 2012
Great team environment, cozy nice office, friendly cooworkers, lots of work to be done and fast paced environment. The only con to this opportunity was that the business was growing so rapidly, they were short handed in the operations side, such as physician recruiting and scheduling for ER Dr's so I was pulled from my new position and had to recruit. The job I had been hired on had been placed on a temporary hold to fill in other areas and that was the downfall.
free massages once a week & free gym membership
no lunch, you were expected to bring your lunch and eat at your desk as a working lunch
if you are a hard worker and you enjoy a challenging job then ESS is a good place for you. If you like to show up a collect a paycheck you won't do well here. Most of the staff are very dedicated and hardworking.
Team, dress code, great group of physicians
rapid growth can be challenging for recruiters to keep up with