Line Leader (Former Employee) – NJ – October 27, 2016
They sent me on a job interview. I arrived on time, was sent to wrong building. When I got to right building I was given a test and filled out job application. Then I was again told I was @ wrong building again. Got in my car and once again went back to original building. Once there I waited 15 minutes for a unprofessional supervisor to half interview me. He was very rude. He didn't introduce his self. Broke English. Hard to understand. Once the interview was over he wanted me to go back to the second building again and wait for the manager. I could not do that because I had to get to work at my regular job.
Besides, that TechUsa told me the job was for a Line Leader. The supervisor said the job was for a Line worker paying not $ 18 that I was told by Tech but $14 and job was not permanent as told by Tech.
These guys bugged me for days just to make sure I was going to make the interview, just to get the run around. These people @ Tech are a joke!! Don't buy into the hype!!
Web Developer (Former Employee) – Remote – January 5, 2016
An agent responded by email to my Indeed.com job posting about a "remote Ruby on Rails opportunity". When I asked for more details the agent's emailed response provided no info about the purported client, but included a description form taken from Toptal.com, without even the suggested inserts filled in.
Seems like there was no job, but that they were fishing for warm bodies.
Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – May 31, 2014
A typical day at work, lots of traveling What you learned, how to install and update networking systems for cable companies. Management, go people to work for. Your co-workers, great bunch of people. The hardest part of the job, I did not find the job to be difficult. The most enjoyable part of the job, the people and traveling.
IT Recruiting Intern (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – January 2, 2014
I worked at TechUSA as an IT Recruiting Intern, and was a member of a four person team. The employees there worked well with one another, and had no problem sitting down explaining processes or difficulties I encountered. It was a great experience that allowed me to further my communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – October 7, 2013
I was a Contractor for this position. I worked with a team that was all part of the company I was contracted to work for. After the contract was over, I was offered a continuation but chose not to continue.
manager (Current Employee) – chicago – September 29, 2013
Tech USA has a great base and can be great if they were not trying to be Aetoteck. Some management thinks Aerotec is so great. Just because half of upper management comes from there does not mean u must run like them. Have you ever heard of being your person/company. Chicago manager is so ADD and not knowledge at all. He will tell u one thing next min its something else or will ask you again with an hour. He is very unethical and thinks he is God,he did state he can fire anyone he likes. So Susan Warner and Tom Howell I would think about your Chicago manager. All he is doing is giving you smoke. Why there is an EEOC out on him and your company.
inexperienced recruiters that do what their managers tell them no breaks plus much high rates
Optical tester (Former Employee) – Travel USA – August 27, 2013
I have worked with them several times throughout the years, the recruiters and managers never stick around for long and once you get hired in you are pretty much on your own. They try to hire you in at a lower rate than the competition but they always pay on time and never heard of any issues. I would rate them as average and they could do a better job seeing you stay working or a heads up when the project is ending.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Georgia – September 18, 2012
Do not contract for this company. They will not pay you for hours worked. If a client dismisses their services, they will get angry and not compensate for hours worked. I worked for 17 hours and the client refused to pay, only paying for 6 hours and TechUSA notified me talking about the client only agreed to pay for 6 hours. I don't have anything to do with your client - I am on your payroll not the client!! And another thing, they will bug you to no end while you are on the assignment-calling constantly non stop. You can barely do your work.
Do not work for them - they will not pay you if your assignments ends early.
Benefited the time spent of testing the cable and fiber optic. Working with others was very good and educational. The days were long on the feet but when the day was finished you felt you have made head way and accomplishments. The co- was workers were great to get along with as a TEAM and to relax. I feel the hardest part was the end of the day, stopping and taking off my boots...
SONET/DWDM Telecommunications Field Engineer (Current Employee) – All across the US – August 16, 2012
The Baltimore team helped me every step of the way to get a position with a very large telecommunications company. Not only did they get all of the details over to me for each job, they made sure I had the necessary tools to get the job done. In telecom, their are countless contracting companies and Tech USA is the one I would recommend most... especially to tcom professionals in the optical field!!!
legitimately care for your well-being, pay is great, great team and opportunities with clients!
unethical - techusa will do anything it takes to get their commission
Analyst (Former Employee) – Florida – July 12, 2012
Horrible experience, the company promised health insurance benefits and never offered anything good. The recruiters will do anything to get the commission and offer not coaching to new graduates. I will never ever work with them again, if you going to contract find a better company like Veredus per example.
I had an interview with a company through TechUSA, and because some budgeting issues came up, that position was not filled. About a year later, I had an interview with that same company through another recruiting company, and it looked like a job offer was imminent.
However, TechUSA found out that I had that interview with said company, and because I had an interview set up by TechUSA previously, they called that company's hiring manager and started throwing a hissy, trying to claim that I was "their" employee and that I should not be hired by that company via another recruiting company, even though TechUSA had NO right to do this whatsoever.
The end result: The hiring manager did not want to burn his bridges with TechUSA and I did not get the job offer.
I will NEVER work with TechUSA again. They want commission, and will stoop to anything it takes to get it, even if it means costing someone desperately needing a job offer in a tough economy. There are other recruiters out there that I can work with, thank you very much.
they did call me often with job opportunities
unethical - techusa will do anything it takes to get their commission
Telecom Engineer (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – March 6, 2012
The experience I had with TechUSA was completely awesome. The reps were knowledgeable in their jobs and how to find out my strengths and which positions were best suited to me. Even after my contracts were over they still called to see if they could do something for me even though they didn't have anything in my field. Love these guys and would work for them anytime.