They have a lot of job postings which means high employee turn around. Open work environment where groups of people are forced to work side by side at long tables in a renovated factory. To be able to focus on your job responsibilities wearing noise canceling headphones is a must or ear buds for music. Visitors and agency tours are a constant interruption due to the open floor plan. There are eye appealing perks that the agency provides but appearances can be deceiving. Leadership/management varies greatly depending on the department that you are hired. Job training and opportunities for advancement are minimal. Salary increases are not an option. Feedback from management is vague which provides no direction. Meetings are scheduled last minute so there is no time to prepare. Location of the agency also leads to parking issues, employee parking is not appealing at all. The walk from the car to your desk can be considered a commute which takes approximately 20 minutes or more depending on the time that you get to work and the weather. Plan for extra time to walk if the weather is bad. Places to grab lunch are also scarce, bringing lunch and snacks from home is the best option. The few places to eat are overpriced and the food is not very good. Food trucks are basically it. Mullen is a good place to work if you are only looking for short term employment and experience.
Barista coffee bar, ping pong table, pool table
Location, work environment, job security, training, leadership, salary