Temporary (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – March 13, 2018
I have been with NRI for about 2 months and it has been the best experience yet. Out of the 7 temp agencies I have applied for they have been the only agency that has expeditiously reached out to me for work. After interviewing with them I was sent for my first assignment the next day. Since being with them, they have kept me busy. I would recommend anyone to work for them.
important lesson I have learned from the staffing agents with NRI is the importance of open communication between employee and employer. The more an employee feels 'heard' or treated the more they're willing to do in order to successfully complete any given task. NRI, staffing is a very diverse and inclusive work environment, one of the many reasons I remained employed with them for so long. Working with NRI, brought me in contact with some of the nicest, intelligent, and genuine people I have ever met and worked with. So when I reached a crossroads in my career a few years ago I felt comfortable in not only confiding in my on the job supervisor but with my NRI friends as well. One of the hardest parts of the job is when an assignment ends and I have to leave my work friends behind and start all over again. One of the most enjoyable aspects of the job is the new people I meet and the tasks I learn to conquer.
Good starter job if your in the field of drug counseling
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 13, 2017
The job started of good because I was able to learn from some great individuals about drug addiction and human behavior. I didn't like that the company was more about the money and actually helping the clients. The housing conditions became worse as time went on and we took in more and more destructive clients to simply pay the bills.
There was free CSAC training when I first was hired
Case Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 25, 2017
There really is no point in reviewing this company because it does not exist anymore. However, if you have a passion for helping individuals in need of services, take your passion, hard work and strong ethics elsewhere. This place will drain you of humanity.
APPOINTMENT SETTER (Former Employee) – Huntley, IL – May 22, 2017
The job is to contact people from a provided list and see if you can make appointments for someone to come out and evaluate roofing needs. If you don't make you numbers weekly, you're out. Problem is the list is old and those people have been called so many times now they just hang up when they hear us.
Free lunch if you join the prayer group
Pay, multiple managers, pressure to get appointments
Collections Representative (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – March 28, 2017
No temp to hire jobs. Benefits aren't great. Needs to work on negotiating better pay for contractors. No yearly increases or paid vacation. No attention given to your resume when you apply for a permanent job through NRI. Staff is nice & friendly.
Copier Operator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 26, 2017
National was where I've revived my knowledge of Copiers, Xerox Machines were used for hard copy printing jobs , Digital era came in a learned Digital printing, National was another good company to work for
Poltical Law Temporary Administrator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 28, 2016
Got a dream job assignment through them. I have long term temped several times in my career with several different firms. this was one of my best experiences. Good communication and I felt like I really was a match for where they sent me. Very responsive when I had questions.
Case management (Current Employee) – New York City, NY – October 8, 2016
The hardest part of the job is when the clients are all needing something from you at the same time. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful. I've learned how to help people in need that can be very difficult as they come into the substance use recovery program. However, as time goes forward it is very rewarding as they make progress in staying clean and sober.