Just like any company it has its pros and cons
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 29, 2015
From my first day at orientation I said I wanted to retire with People Incorporated. I LOVE what they stand for and what they were built from. I love their mission statement and all of the growth the company has seen. They have remarkable staff and remarkable programs to work in/for.
The problem lies at headquarters. Management doesn't manage anything, it lies something to be desired. You can't go to HR with anything; they don't actually care about you. If you can do your job and leave it at your program then it is a wonderful place to be. But if you ever need anyone to back you up or talk to about issues within your program/division, keep it to yourself or find a different place to be.
I would love to go back someday if the circumstances allowed. The clients and the staff "at the bottom" are incredible. I love what the company does - it really does save lives and that is something wonderful to be a part of. Great pay, great benefits, great locations, flexible shifts, AMAZING training, etc.
I would recommend them, but know that you are alone if something surfaces.
Pay, benefits, coworkers, AMAZING clientele, internal jobs, job training/casses