A typical day at work involves walking into the office and usually passing by the CEOs office who will either never speak to you or tell you to get to work (not kidding). Next you will walk to your isolated desk and start working on jobs that are often do not even exist. There is usually a morning meeting to discuss your progress. It is a very "cliquey" atmosphere and the account managers do not help people to succeed. Those who are successful there do not help or share best practices, instead they are pretty discouraging and use mass emails and other low quality/high production techniques to generate candidates. By doing this they claim lots of candidates, and often email disqualified folks which sends red flags to candidates about ACI. The Account Managers are also ver difficult to work with. A senior female account manager prides herself in being "hard to get along with" and thinks she is smarter than everyone in the office. It's very obnoxious. The management is very bad also, the sales mgr is OK but the recruiting mgr has got to be the worst communicator, most awkward person I have ever met. I sincerely would caution those who are considering working here or at least inquire about turnover rates before you do so. Out of about 15 people there a year ago, 9-10 are gone either by choice or being fired. Also pay is very bad as well, I hate being so negative but it is awful. 35K base + no commission bc it's very hard to come by with the previously mentioned factors. Very difficult to succeed here for factors that are out of your control. Best of luck.