Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 23, 2017
I worked at Thomson Reuters through the recruiter, PEG. The work involved was non-complex daily orders to be entered into Siebel. Reviewing current client assets to ensure accuracy. Meeting at least once a week with other team members to ensure the guidelines were being met with regards to the new billing system being developed.
Pay was comparable to work involved.
Lack of response from recruiter was a hinderance when I had a concern or issue.
Leasing Agent (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – December 18, 2016
Had some issues with communication regarding temp time of work before transition to official permanent employment offer. Seemed like client and PEG had some differences; however, ultimately my work needs changed which lead to discontinuing the relationship. Overall though the weekly pay and on Thursdays (a day early) was a huge perk and plus.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – November 10, 2016
I worked as a recruiter for peg, they sell you on being the best and a family atmosphere. When in reality its like going back to high school where the clique that runs it pressures management into firing people for no reason other than they dont like them. Shady business, would not recommend working for or with anyone here.
This company is very disorganized and scattered. There is a huge lack of communication between management and staff and they do not live up to the company's goals, nor motto. Review the website and you will see that they do not practice what they preach. If they loose a contract or opportunity with a client, they do not own up to it. They allow the "little guy" to take the fall while they cover their butts. Do not work with this company. The initial appearance is that they have your best interest at heart, but without giving it a second thought they disregard you and move on. And if you are looking for a place to work, or for them to find you work - DONT LOOK HERE. **HIGH TURNOVER** Maybe you should ask them why? Would not recommend them to anyone.
Initial interaction seem nice
Not as concerned about your work-family-life balance as they say
Hiring Agency for Permanent, Temporary, and Temp-to-Hire jobs
Executive Parkway Drive, Ste (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 7, 2015
The staff is very friendly, and though I am aware that Professional Employment Group is one of the larger agencies in the St. Louis Area, I was treated as if I were an important and vital person in their operation. There was an open dialogue with my career counselor throughout the seven months of the six-month contract I held with the employer, and I felt well cared for and that my experience with the employer was just as vital and important as the employer's rapport with Professional Employment Group. Of course, the hardest part is the termination of the contract prior to the opportunity to apply for a full-time position with that particular employer. I was blessed however, to have extended my contract if even only by one month. Many "temp-to-hire" personnel do not make it to the point where they may apply for a permanent position with the exployer.
learning new skills on the employers' time, reasonable pay
termination of contracts without prior knowledge and the "no-fault" approach to the terminations.
Customer Service Representative/ Enterprise Fleet (Current Employee) – St.Louis, MO – March 23, 2015
Professional Employment Group is a temp agency that send their temporary worker out on assignments. I have been working with them for about two years now and it is truly a great company to work for. They first test your skill and knowledge so they know exactly what assignment is better for you and to understand what you are capable of and already know. It took them about a couple of weeks to find me employment. My recruiter checks in with me as often as needed to make sure that I am comfortable with where I am, and if I have any problems or issues,she always makes herself available to discuss my problems.
Accounts Receivable Processor at Hughes Customat (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 26, 2014
Worked 10 am to 3 pm daily. Enjoyed working part-time, would love full-time too. I learned a lot about mat placement, invoicing, pricing products and insurance needs. I did all the accounts receivable daily, opened all the mail and dealt with all the clients. The hardest part of the job was sending out hundreds of insurance policies once a year. It was a fun atmosphere and enjoyed all the employees. I enjoyed being able to wear comfortable clothes daily too.
Safety Assistant (Former Employee) – Acton, CA – August 6, 2013
I was with the company for over 10 years and when I left the only place for me to go would have been to take my bosses job and that was not going to happen. But there is a definite gap of and lack of motivation as far as the administrative side goes.