A great place to learn.
Cons: being too busy for a lunch and still getting a lunch taken out of your pay.
My first week was tough but not as tough as I had expected. I was dropped right into everything my first day. What started out as a job with a set project turned into leaning everything but doing payroll and entering new employees. Within the first few days I was taking calls, employing new people and doing their drug screens. The second week of work I was in the office alone running things without any help. I was taken back by this at first because I thought to myself why would an office manager do that? It turned out to be a reoccurring thing almost daily. You do get people coming in that are angry, and there was an incident where I had to call the police and file charges against a man. Which at the time being alone in the office with a man that was clearly capable of harming me was unnerving.However, I did learn quite a bit about how to judge who would be a good fit for a workplace. the initial project of filing was hard to accomplish because of how unorganized everything had become. I had to organize and go over every unmanaged file for the last 2 years almost and finding employee applications became a tedious task. I did get most of it done before I was "Laid off" if you want to call it that. I really did enjoy this job quite a bit. Corporate management was amazing. If you needed to ask them a question they called or e-mailed back immediately, whereas the on-site for one of the companies we found employees for would never return a call and rarely and e-mail. It was hard to handle at times because we would need answers from him immediately and get nothing. I found myself – more... buying supplies for the office almost every week though and never getting reimbursed, so to be let go after spending your own money was a terrible feeling. The corporate manager was very kind, my car was broken down and she even offered to give me a ride home after letting me go that day.I do hope that I do get a call back saying hours have picked up, and that they would like me to join their team again. I do know that its a possibility that they were just trying to "let me down easy" though. I hope that isn't true, because I really enjoyed being there. Although, I was getting underpaid, I was doing the job of two people for a salary of one person...That's what I feel. Since most days I was in the office alone, running it. – less