Recruiter (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 1, 2015
I absolutely loved this place. always contests and challenges, which kept us motivated. Placements in areas of I.T. and Accounting allowed us access to most of the major industries in the metro Atlanta area.
This is an okay job if you just want part-time random work with no security.
Mom365/BRMC-Corbin, KY Infant Photographer (Current Employee) – London, KY – December 16, 2014
There is no typical day at work so if you like inconsistency this is the job for you. You never know if you're working or not until the day before at midnight depending on what the birth rate of babies were for the day. The hardest part of the job is the sales pitch. The packages are expensive, and although they may be a value in some areas I feel as if they are too high for around here. The most enjoyable part of the job can also be the most stressful but of course the babies and the new parents.
Good way to gain industry experience....not necessarily a long term plan
(dba) Ashley Ellis - Recruiter (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – August 26, 2014
Typical Work Day: Morning meeting (either an icebreaker game or a yell festt) for 30 minutes. Spend 2-3 hours canvassing careerbuilder-linkedin-dice or file cabinets for candidates. Call 40-50 candidates, try to interview 2 and hopefully submit them to open requisitions with active clients. Have lunch, repeat after lunch. Occasionally there will be 50-75 cold calls to generate clients so there re positions to fill. It's also common to spend -2 hours daily coaching people on what to say during interviews.
Most enjoyable part of the job is when you close a deal and see a 3-4k commission check. Hardest part is if the employee doesn't work out after 30-60 days and all of the commission has to be returned. Happens more often than one might think.
Co-workers are an eclectic bunch but offices are very small so everybody knows everybody. his can be a gift or a curse depending on lifes circumstances at any given moment.
Management is unique, it appears that with somewhat high turnover the key to becoming management is simply to last. The managers aren't necessarily wizards of the world but people who know all the legacy systems.
I've learned how to negotiate with C-Suite clientele and fine tune the consultative sales approach.
monthly dinner meetings, work 35 hours get paid for 40, cool staff, music pumping all day
no direction, very expensive benefits, limited resources to complete, petty high school like drama within the ranks.
Executive Assistant & Asst. Corporate Secretary (Former Employee) – Oakbrook Terrace, IL – January 6, 2014
Worked with an amazing staff at corporate headquarters. As a small publicly held company with limited staff, I had the opportunity to learn many phases of the operation, which made my job very interesting.
Enjoy working with different people from all walks of life.
Electrical Apprentice (Current Employee) – Woburn, MA – November 13, 2013
Arrive at work at six am report to lead electrician get assignment and get straight on it. I learn how to install M I cable the correct and safe way. overall management is great. so far the people i worked with are good workers. working in a ten story building with no elevator. learning new things and having a good foreman that have no problem making sure the rest of his workers are updated on new technology.
sometimes you may have to work in cold and rainy days.
general labor (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 16, 2013
We make fresh unbaked pizza for people to take home and bake. We make the dough two hours before the store opens at 11am. Most of the food preparation is made though out the day. Multi-tasking between Phone orders, pizza assembly, and cashier is required