Overworked and under paid
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 11, 2017
EXOS is going through some growning pains. There is definitely a lack of process an procedure and for some reason, when things go wrong, it is the employee's fault. They do not provide you with the tools to do your job which sets the employee up for failure. The expectations are high and there is no training nor is there a company orientation, so you can go a few months without really knowing everything that the company has to offer and the services that are provided. In addition to the lack of training, there apparently seems to be a lack of realestate to even house their employees. When I started, I shared a tiny office with 3 other employees. Imagine 3 recruiters in a tight space on the phone at the same time. Did I mention, it was my own cell phone because I didn't even have a phone at my desk when I started. A few weeks later, my office moved to a cubicle, then I was moved to another room with 5 other people. I'm all for being flexible and adaptable but when an organization doesn't have their stuff together yet expects you to, it's a huge red flag. Onboarding 101, have the tools for your new hire ready so they can hit the ground running.
discounts to athletic gear
salary and benefits, culture, management