Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Chelmsford, MA – January 17, 2017
They found me a great job at a time when I was struggling to find opportunities on my own. I spoke with them about a few different positions, and found a good temp to hire position with a medical company. I was hired direct last year and still there!
Manufacturing (Former Employee) – NH – September 2, 2016
All they care about is how much money they will make off of you. You tell them you want a certain wage they go and put you in for less with an employer then get mad when you say no cause less money. Timecards are a pain on paper not electronic like other places.
Wendeller (Former Employee) – Newport, NH – August 31, 2016
No room for advancement, was told they had gone through 130+ people for my position just this year. was originally forced to work a mandatory 5 hours overtime which i wanted more but if you werent looking for that so you can balance your work and life schedual this is not the place for you. Job Culture is a factory setting very tedious, repetitive, and very boring.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Salem, NH – August 7, 2015
A good place to work for someone who wants to learn about Recruiting business.But you have to be able to work independently - no held hands by Seniors or Management. Minimal training would be provided for entry-level Recruiters/Sales. Performance is measured by work-ethic, professionalism and loyalty - it's not all about numbers, though every individuals will be measured differently as well.
Work/Life Balance, management have good understanding of how important family is for some people.
client (Former Employee) – Salem and Portsmouth – January 8, 2015
Tech needs has a history of posting descriptions for jobs that don't match the actual job you're being hired for. According to an ad I responded to that tech needs placed, I was supposed to be hired to do shipping/receiving and QC. I didn't find out, until my first day on the job, that the actual job was nothing more then data entry.
The life of a recruiter brings you to call everyone that is looking for a job in the areas of manufacturing, warehouse, engineering, and administrative positions. Again the best part of the day was finding someone a position that was recently out of work. The hardest part of the position was at first learning the different skill sets to search for to find a resume that will have the positions you were recruiting for.
I have temped with Techincal Needs a few times and have had relatively good experiences with them. I have had the same recruiter for all my assignments and am happy with the amount of contact I have had with him.