Pros: benefits, facilities
Cons: no communication, unorganized, money hungry
When I first started with GHR things were great, however, the turnover with their staffing coordinators is abysmal. My last staffing coordinator was amazing and a very sweet girl but one day she was just gone. No explanation or anything. Sad to say, this was not the first time that this has happened. Also, a lot of the time you HAVE to stay on top of – more... the coordinators and reach out to THEM when you want to work. Most of the time it feels like they have either forgotten about you or you get 600 calls within 3 hours for work when you've either told one person you can't work, or you're already working through another agency because they forgot about you!!
Communication really seems to be lacking with this company. Most of the time it seems like all they care about is many. I don't think the management is either paying attention to the way their company is working or what but no one ever seems to know what is going on. It's always "oh, I'll get back to you on that" or "I have to ask my manager." They nickel and dime you for everything when it comes to pay rate. You'll be lucky if you make a livable wage through this company.
The only reason I keep working here is because of the state of the job market. I will probably just move to one of the other agencies that works in the buildings they send me to. – less