Site Lead (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 9, 2017
I worked with The Millennium Group for five years and gained a lot of office services experience. The pay is average and benefits are lacking. There is no real structure to the company and rules for each office are determined by the Site Manager instead of their being rules in place across the board. Staff morale is really low and management refuses to address it or try to make changes. Overall it was a good experience as far as work/life balance, the people I worked with and learning new things
Not a good company to work. Poor management. Low salary for amount of work. Work extremely hard as a vendor company and many jobs that are assigned was not listed in job description and way beyond mail criteria. Company needs to be reviewed as well as the managers in the company.
benefits poor, hardly any paid time off (sick days, vacation)
It was an environment where you had lots of opportunities to learn many different job related task
Office Clerk / Service Support Representative (Former Employee) – O'Fallon, MO 63368 – October 28, 2017
The millennium group is located in many states that allow you to relocate if need to and to work for large or small great companies that will give you lots of opportunities to allow you to expand your knowledge and skills in many areas
I was able to learn and grow with The Millenium Group.
Admin Lead Floater (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 5, 2017
A typical day consisted of being posted on an assignment where I was needed. I had about seven host companies where when I arrived I already knew what procedures to preform. Management was always there for answers to questions. Both managers on site or Staci Gronefeld the Director of Operations were super helpful and appreciative of any updates of situations that arose. workplace cultures varied from client to client, most were fairly casual with a couple semi-formal. The hardest and most enjoyable part of the job was being absolutely fluid in the position, somedays going to three different clients to maintain coverage.
Good pay, friendly people, some free lunches, weekends/ nights off.
Last minute changes in schedule, occasionally difficult personalities.
Temporary Mail Room Floater (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 20, 2017
Excellent workplace environment with a healthy work load, completitive pay and professional and well-trained employees and management. High level of skill required for competant and highly trained employees allowed for a competitive and balanced work environment.
Office Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 18, 2017
Working as a Supervisor for The Millennium Group has been a great learning experience. The position is great for anyone looking to breakthrough into the field of management because it allows you to improve upon the character skills needed to be an effective and efficient leader.
Receptionist/Clerical Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 25, 2017
This company is ok to work for cause it is not a difficult position to learn. It would be more rewarding if the pay was higher and the benefits were better. (no 30% coinsurance). The Site Manager is very nice person and tries to motivate the team with the limited resources available. Upper management could be more attentive to motivating the different sites and give pay increases that are in comparison to the economy, also at least 2 weeks of paid vacation after 1 year of employment. *Remember the employees are what makes the company prosperous!!!
Working as a Mailroom Supervisor for The Millennium Group has been a great learning experience. The position is great for anyone looking to breakthrough into the field of management because it allows you to improve upon the character skills needed to be an effective and efficient leader.
Contractor perspective - No contact once job completed
Senior IT Project Manager, Contractor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 5, 2017
I worked with them but when I turned down a full time job after successfully completing my assignment I never heard from them again. Once they stop making money from placing you and you determine its not a good fit, they drop you. Your only value is a means to their end with little importance place on your professional career as well.