Example: Sales ExecutiveHuman Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Mission Viejo, CA – January 2, 2016
Day to day was busy and staff was very positive. It was like a family and every morning you was so happy to get up and go to work. The management was great and they reached many things to the staff and always available to answer the question. The great part about management they was part of team as well. The hardest part was when it get to the end of the year because we was so busy. the enjoyable part was that everyone was equal and every one was part of the team. We had fun and we find many friends.
IT Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 18, 2015
I initially learned the full cycle recruiting process with this company. Great company but had decided to move into Human Resources after. I decided that I could contribute more to the HR industry at the time.
I like recruiting and have a natural, "sales" personality.
Sr. Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – December 11, 2013
Management is poorly ran. The management worries more about gouging clients and under paying consultants. The healthcare benefits are laughable, no 401k and they pay internal employees 10-20k less than industry standard. No a good place for a seasoned IT Sales person. Maybe OK for new recruiters. Not a place where you can think retirement with.
The owner is never around and has no clue how her company is being ran. Her company is ran by her sister and brother. Bad idea and massive turnovers due to the terrible management. The Executive VP is no better. No vision.
benefits, leadership, location for it business, pay, etc
Digital Project Manager/Scrum Master (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 20, 2015
Worked for them remotely...they handled everything perfectly. I don't know of their day to day behavior...so it's hard to provide an more indepth review beyond the fact that they provided me with everything i needed to be successful on a remote assignment
Senior Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – May 12, 2013
Company needs a restructure or overhaul in management. I learned working for this company overtime was good for me financially, however there is way to many weeks where there is absolutely no work left to carry out.
Management does not like to hire experienced sales professionals due to the fact they are cheap and truly incompetent.
It is a mom and pop shop and always be treated as one.
Hardest part of the job is working with desperate superiors who are in dire need to make a quick buck who do not appreciate what you have done for the company throughout your tenure.
Recruiters have good personalities most of them have less then 1 years worth of recruiting experience hence the TekSystems motto.
Most enjoyable part of the job was helping out junior level recruiters on troubles or issues they were having.
Requesting there Bangalore recruiting team for assistance on job requisitions that the recruiting team in the USA is a sign that Management evidently wants to save money with the Recruiter overseas getting a placement.
working from home four days a week
alot of down time, management lack of desire to succeed, management deep down inside blaming recruiters for there lack of increase in revenue.
Temp Employee (Former Employee) – Ft Washington PA – December 12, 2012
Staffing Agent called about a position techlink had. She talked about how great I was on voicemail but when talking to her I found out it was for another position, yet I was still great. I am great but that's a silly bait and switch tactic to get people to call. When I spoke with her we agreed I would send a resume over in the morning. Wasn't able to send it over at 9am yet I got a unprofessional voicemail at 10:30 because I hadn't. Relax people. Waiting a few hours won't be the end of the world. And if that means I don't get a job because you're in a rush during a very simple and "honeymoon" phase then that's fine by me every single time.And 11:59 is still the "morning"
claims person (Former Employee) – Philadelpia Pa – September 25, 2013
My work location was at Mercy Keystone on Steven Dr. as a claim processor. The current temp workers appeared to not accept to temp workers. It appeared when there was an problem (production issues) the old temp workers will blame the new temp works for not doing their fair share of work.