Merchant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 16, 2017
Almost all the jobs open are temp and it can be very nerve racking to be apart of. Everyone is nice but you have to be consitaly calling the recruiter for updates and they don't always answer or get back to you
Staffing Manager/Recruiter (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – July 31, 2017
• Poor work life balance, the job is described as 8-5 but we are expected to get in at 7 and stay until ~6 for a 11 hour work day. •Management issues, our mangers bring personal issues into the office and abuse authority. •High turnover and unstability, we had 11 people turn over within 5 months. •Enjoyable culture, many of the people who work there are young professionals who are enjoyable to spend time with. The company does its best to host social events. And we have a ping pong table. •Uncompetitive benefits and salary; benefits are extremely expensive and lack coverage, base salary (35-40k) is not commensurate with similar level positions. •Bad client relationships; despite bringing in qualified candidates our sales team has not been able to match them with work.
Enjoyable culture and ping pong table
Poor work life balance, Unstable prospects, Management issues, Uncompetitive benefits and salary, bad client relationships
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – March 23, 2017
Make cold calls, meet people, close them.
The management is great, some of the best people you'll meet. VERY driven to make money and get things done. Culture is fantastic, they are all hard working, and want to make money, but are also great people to be around.
Hardest part of the job is closing candidates on a job. Most enjoyable part of the job is closing candidates on a job - and building relationships with clients, and meeting new people.
Overall you can get a lot out of these guys if you put in a lot, there is a LOT to learn, and you might have to do more than 8 hours days in the beginning, or even the whole time. Starting pay isn't much, but if you do well you can make a lot of money.
Ping Pong Table, commission, Learn about IT, great people
Paraprofessional (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 17, 2017
This establishment is a good place for people who need a job right away. Since this is a temp job there's no benefits, little pay with no chance of advancing in your field (in the company) and you only get paid for the days you work with no chance of overtime.
Senior Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 20, 2017
I worked three desk. Telecommunication Sales, Pharmaceutical Sales, and Finance. Spent the majority time on the phone contacting clients and candidates. This isn't a 9 to 5 career. You need to be very flexible and able to handle many variables. Sometime you may think nothing is going your way but you need to hand in there. The most enjoyable part of the position is building the relationships and helping people grow their careers.
Staffing Manager-Health Services (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 5, 2016
I have had the tremendous opportunity to work and grow with this company. The work experience and personal growth that I have acquired the past year has given me the confidence and experience needed to prosper in any professional environment moving forwarded.
Contractor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 30, 2016
The worst company I have worked for. Careless, incompetent staff. Always issues with payroll, management is incompetent as well. Very cheap company - I was paid below what I should have been making in my position.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 22, 2016
The recruiter I worked with on a day to day basis was unaware of the work conditions of the company I was temping for and when I tried to address my concerns was immediately brushed off. I tried several times to speak to the angency regarding the work place which I was told was a "great" place. Immediately upon working there the employees themselves didn't even want to work there and were warning me. I tried informing Execusearch a few times and my concerns weren't addressed. I wouldn't recommend, on top of the fact there was always an issue with my time sheets when I sent them in. Never got paid on time.
I'm glad I ended up not working here and going with another company instead. After going back for a series of interviews, the recruiter whom I was in contact with, VB, blatantly lied about opportunities "not being available" when Execu Search was clearly posting the ones I was inquiring about all over job boards. Rude.
RN (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – February 3, 2016
I have had the wonderful experience of working with Execu-Search on a per diem RN position.
I found the position to be wonderful. A great work environment, competent/skilled coworkers. I was assigned to a company for a contract position. In that time, the company provided very proficient training, and utilized a wonderful management team.
My typical day consisted of 8 hrs, 5 days a week. I learned valuable skills in understanding the HEDIS project. And the most enjoyable part of the job was the coworkers and managment team I worked directly with on a daily basis.
The hardest part of the job was nothing to do with the job directly. It was with the commute. I traveled a minimum of 1.25 hours a day commuting one way, (with traffic on I-84...1 1/2 hours). But, I understood that commute when I commited to the position.