Recruiters were nice and eager to work with you but there were issues
Clerk (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – January 29, 2017
They seemed to know very little about the benefits that were available. There always seemed to be a revolving door with the company. Every time I called I had a different recruiters. Recruiters eventually stopped calling and you will have to call in yourself once a week and ask about jobs.
The recuiters are very nice and egar to work with you
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Kennett Square, PA – May 15, 2017
They strung me along and kept pushing the start day on a position. The day before the position was suppose to start they call me up and tell me it was pulled. They lied and wasted my time. They tried to call me back 2 months later with a so called other position. I just hung up
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 4, 2017
You are assigned a list to call and you follow up on previous calls from the day before. The people who work there are professional and fun when necessary. You learn different ways to talk to difficult people and making sure to help them at the same time. You help each other when needed and no one is left to hold the bag at the end of the day. It's a team environment.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Andover, FL – March 31, 2017
Everyone is very friendly. Assignments are long and short term. Management has been okay. lots of diversity people except for hispanics. It was very hard to completeing assignments but overall managed to complete and get along with all in the office. Still searching for a reputable company. Great Company overall.
Free meals and Water
Breaks, Lunches, Affordable Healthcare even by the State.No one should be without Insurance
Temp- Front Desk/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 26, 2017
I worked with SNI Companies and overall was pleased with which assignments they have placed me on. The hardest part of the job was being a temp and knowing that I would eventually be relocated to another job. I would rather stay in a position that seems more permanent. The assignments I was placed on was a great Architecture firm.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – West Hartford, CT – March 2, 2017
A typical day of work includes the following: setting up appropriate equipment for recruiters, checking voicemails (writing them down and giving the messages to intended recruiters), getting new-hire paperwork together for potential candidates arriving for interviews, scanning appropriate ID's for I9 verification, answering incoming calls as well as make calls to clients as well as candidates, conduct weekly payroll reports, PTO regulation, order needed supplies when needed, file documents, send out emails (keeping daily communications with clients, candidates, as well as corporate employers), run background checks when needed, and provide light cleaning around the office (interview rooms).
Staffing Manager (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – February 4, 2017
The management was unreliable and there were 8 managers I saw switch within a 4 month period. While the company as a whole was not the same, the branches I had experience with were very poorly managed.
Staffing Coordinator/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago area – January 26, 2017
When I first started, I felt like I had finally found my dream job.i loved what I was doing, had great co-workers/managers....Then the worm started turning, some nepotism from upper managrment. Then they brought in a new "manager"...One persoñ walked after 2 days more followed...Ithin 3 months 4 more left....But I was the problem....No disciplinary counseling, no warning...Also "no performance improvement/reviews for hourly staff...
Staffing/Recruiting Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – January 6, 2017
While i worked here, they brought on a new manager and she was horrible! She pointed out everything that was wrong but never tried to train anyone. Their only happy with you if your bringing in revenue and your still useful.