Consultant / Technician (Former Employee) – New Jersey – January 28, 2016
They are a temp IT company that only hands out time by the hour and calculates how much time would be needed for repairs. also required to document entire process for faxing to main office not in california.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Northbrook, IL – June 23, 2017
very good work/life balance and culture. The benefits, compensation, opportunities and training are top notch. I have met a lot of really good people who are a value to me and my career. I feel I have hit a ceiling as far as advancement is concerned.
Consulting Recruiter (Current Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – February 24, 2017
My team is made up of a great group of people and communication is always helpful with hitting our goals. Company pays expenses on time and the compensation is competitive for the industry. Management seems to take my suggestions seriously and I feel like I am a valued part of the team.
Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Northbrook, IL – September 29, 2016
Salary and Benefits are great. Travel is good if you are into it and I am able to bank a bunch of miles/perks by having them reimburse me for expenses. You go through allot of red tape getting your expenses reimbursed so make sure you keep EVERY receipt. No other real complaints. Make it less of a hassle to be reimbursed. It can be like pulling teeth!
Horrible Treatment, Low Per Diem, Boiler Room Tactics !!
Senior Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Chicago – August 12, 2016
Get ready for a lot of travel and low pay with the expectation of collecting a fee for your analyst services that you will not receive a dime of. You will get paid only once the contract you have procured have met their completion and only if you are still employed at that point. You WILL find that the per diem they pay you, in most cases,will NOT cover your expenses and that you very likely will go through a large amount of your own funds before you gain any kind of momentum. They expect that you will not contest their keeping of your commissions, should you have to quit or leave their employment, as they have snuck that into the agreement you signed prior to employment. This company makes themselves out to be something they are not. Very unprofessional with a lot of bait and switch tactics with their employees. Run, do not walk from this company!!!
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Northbrook, IL – July 4, 2016
Most appointments that were scheduled by telemarketing staff were either no-shows or had cancelled appointment by the time that I had arrived. Others refused to cooperate and allow the business analyst to review financials to make recommendations. In short, a lot of driving and flying out to remote locations only to discover that doing an analysis of the company was impossible. Trivial amount of expense reimbursement. I lasted longer than my peers in my class only because I enjoyed the work and understand reading financials, but in the end, I was laid off along with whoever was in my peer group at the end of the year.
Opportunity to understand cost accounting concepts
Driving or flying across the Midwest or East Coast to appointments that either cancelled, or were uncooperative for an analysis
Controller/Accounting Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 23, 2016
Good company to work for with great benefits, and good working conditions. they take good care of their employees. there is a lot of travelling to other client sites. I have learned a lot working for this company due to their processes, and systems
Great Company, Great Boss
Going Through a Merger & will loose majority shares
Senior Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Orange County, CA – February 18, 2016
The opportunity to work with small business owners and change the lives of these people who have everything they own on the line every day, is priceless. You have a chance to communicate honestly with small business owners about their business, and talk about things employees, friends and family, can't and won't. The self satisfaction you feel can not be measured and the financial rewards are only limited by your own drive, ego and needs. Being a successful analyst is like joining a group of elite professionals.
Opportunity to help me help you and change lives.
This is not a job! It is a career, but only for a select group of people. It requires a special skill set. It's hard work.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 26, 2016
If you're looking to fly all the time to make a difference in people's businesses then this is something you like to get into.
You call in to the office in Chicago, then wait for the next job to land, go online print out your flight tickets, get background on what the business is and how it can overcome the obstacles it has.
Fly to the location, get settled in the hotel, go to the appointment, go over their financials, survey the employees, and the family as well as the business as a whole.
Next day present the findings and how the company can help cut back on some spending or if there is any loss then have the business owner decide what he would like to do in order to change for the better.
Finalize everything and collect payment/retainer. Call the office and have the company take over the business.
Call the office again and call in for the next job.
HR Director of Benefits (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – December 8, 2015
The company was sold to health south so was forced to look elsewhere. A young group of upbeat people who were positive influences and supportive. Ability to promote quickly and learn a lot about being in the working world.
Sr. Business Analyst (Sales Oriented) (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL. – November 19, 2015
Most time spent on the road. I learned to stay mentally tough despite not having many resources. I learned there's typically always someone trying to take your job, and that's ok. Working for a company based out of Chicago and living elsewhere made communication times left up to me and to be resourceful to get basic needs met. I learned not to put too much emphasis on money.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Northbrook, IL – July 5, 2014
Too Much Travel. Did not care for the niche of companies and people I was working with. I was promised less travel, and I was traveling 6 days per week. I was recruited with the understanding that I was not able to travel 99% of the time.
Sr. Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – April 10, 2014
Global Resources is a nationwide business consulting services business. The employees travel 100% nationwide and never know where you will be tomorrow. The travel is very hard because you will run through airports, miss flights, get bumped off of flights, miss meals, sleep in airports......Global Resources operates on client control, keeping the hopes of the clients high with promises of what can be if you do what we say and all at very high costs to the client with little actual return. They prey on business with financial trouble and will stay at the location as long the company has account receivables, money in the bank or credit card availability. Stay away from this company. They do not pay the traveling employees as agreed. They change their name often so you cant find them later on the web. They give out phone numbers to clients that no one ever answers. They tell the traveling employees not to leave any documents at the clients.
Consulting school and training.
Putting pressure on clients to collect money when they have none.
This organization provides contract technicians with flexible schedules which is awesome for students or stay-at-home parents who need extra income but cannot commit to a full-time job. They pay very good for the job being done, and they compensate any expense as well. I would highly recommend working for this organization if given the opportunity.
Project Consultant / Field Tech (Current Employee) – Shrewsbury, NJ – December 17, 2013
This is a part-time, on-call job that has been exactly as it was explained to me. Most jobs are rather easy, simple hardware replacement and troubleshooting that only take an hour or two. Jobs have a two hour pay minimum, ie... if you work 30 mins you still get paid for two hours. Management has been extremely helpful when needed.