Welder (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 28, 2014
Welding is great and have learned a lot from the company. My days at work are wonderful and do not mind going in. I have to travel more than 60 miles one way and enjoy every bit of it. The hardest part of my job is getting paid on time. It only happen during holiday time and I have went a week without getting paid.
IT area (Current Employee) – Minnesota – May 10, 2014
I work out of the New Hope office. There communications lacks (just like most staffing places - better then the rest though.) My boss at the company doesn't like Entegee's billing - they bill months later and do multiple time cards at a time. Figure they make about $10 off of you per hour.
very labor intensive how to build crates out of scratch with wood, overhead crane experience, large forklift. great management co-workers were great hardest part was everyday work most enjoyable was learning
Excellent Temp Agency with good benefits for temp work.
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Agency New Hope, MN. Client company Fremont, CA. – January 7, 2014
The day to day details of my temp assignment (like Work/Life balance, Job Security/Advancement, Management, and Job Culture) apply primarily to the client company, not the temp agency I was working for. However, the job details that applied to the temp agency (like time cards and benefits) were handled in an efficient and timely manner. Any questions that I raised regarding time cards and benefits were promptly answered. The salary that the agency was able to secure for me was excellent.The benefits were industry standard for a temp agency that offers benefits to its temp workers.
the agency found me a very good paying temp opportunity which lasted for 13 1/2 months.
the agency would not validate my assignment for my professional recertification program.
3D Solid Modeling Designer (Former Employee) – Dubuque, IA – January 31, 2013
Management/Supervisors struggle daily for balance to find employees work, supervisor didn't want anyone else advancing beyond him, so twice I was told to redo marked-up drawings, and then he marked them up again and reverted them back to the original way I did them both times.