Manager (Former Employee) – Ewing, NJ – May 11, 2016
Overall, I would give this company a C- rating. The compensation, and lack of micromanagement was the only thing that kept me at this position. Corporate and the management team has no idea of what they are doing, and are extremely resistant to changing with feedback from their local offices.
Typical workday starts around 7am, and ends around 7pm. Although you are only compensated for eight hours per day. You are always on-call, and vacations mean you are just working away from the office.
Medicare Part D Coordinator (Contract) (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 13, 2017
Nice agency to work with! Great communication, great location! I would recommend anyone to contact them! They contacted me and I was working with a weeks time! I would love to have the chance to collaborate with this agency again!
UPS (Former Employee) – Forrest Park, GA – October 27, 2016
lyneer got me at a job. that job paid me less than 100 dollars a week . i couldn't afford to do anything for me and my child. working at ups was ok. it was a great experince of team work.but there was no air. i never had a set schedule. but the job was very easy. the only allowed certain people to stay and do overtime.
Fast paced enjoyable work evironment with hihgh morale
Contractor (Former Employee) – King of Prussia PA – September 19, 2014
A typical day at work would be very involved requiring you to engage in the daily facets of your job. I learned proficiency accuracy and speed. Management was very hands off but in a very constructive and productive way and was always looking for ways to raise morale even higher. My co works were reliable dependable and fair. They were also fun to work with and were team players. The hardest part of the job was primarily manpower. We were always looking for more help but for the staff we had we worked well together and got the job done. The most enjoyable part of the job were the weekly meetings and contests management put together to challenge us to work harder and better overall.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – October 24, 2016
I love this place they are very nice quick when finding you an assignments they very nice i would recommend them to other people Good good company. Pay could be better for some assignments but overall they are great.
Sweeper (Current Employee) – Swedesboro, NJ – July 26, 2014
A typical day at work at my assignment is not so much enjoyable. I learned a lot about my work, but only with the help of certain leads, higher up leads are not much help and do things that sometimes don't really make sense. My coworkers are fun, they are what makes the job bearable. The hardest part of the job, in my opinion, is that I work extremely hard, to the best of my ability, and receive no praise nor acknowledgement. Working and working, receiving few pay increases, I'm ready to find a NEW job.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 25, 2012
Recruiting is a difficult industry to break into. You need a network of contacts that you can rely on to pull from. It takes time to build this up. Lyneer brings employees on with a salary plus the promise of benefits after a 90 day probationary period. However, if you don't meet some unknown goal before your 90 days is up, you are released with some type of excuse. Mine happened to be "we have decided it would take too long to get you up to speed on the industries we recruit for"
Lyneer staffing (formerly Infinity) has a very poor management structure. The Philadelphia office was small but led by a VP of the company. There were weeks that he spent more days at home than in the office, expected his employees to show up at 8:30 but strolled in around 9:15 and was incredibly unorganized.
You're promised huge amounts of commission when you place a candidate however you never actually see that commission, a result of companys putting positions on hold or better staffing firms pitching their candidates first. (Did I mention it's the managements job to fight for your candidates with a client? It doesn't happen and your work is pretty much meaningless)
It was an uphill battle getting help or support. Don't do this to yourself; the mediocre compensation isn't worth it.
a lot of young people
poor management, no support, no benefits for 90 days