I was a recruiter on a temp-to-hire basis. Friendly supervisors and coworkers that were supportive and there to answer any questions I had during my training, if you could call it training.
However, one of the most essential parts of training, feedback, was non-existent. I did everything that was asked of me and never asked anyone to "hold my hand." I was led to believe I was coming along just fine until they completely blindsided me one day and let me go. Said it wasn't a good fit and left no other explanation.
It was a very smile-in-your-face, stab-you-in-the-back experience. They're all recruiters so they can put a smile on when they need to I suppose. If you're reading this and want to become a recruiter or work in HR, I advise you to steer clear of The Right Staff.
Friendly faces, free lunch on Fridays
No job security, inadequate training methods, poor management