After spending over 3 years with RHI (a considerable amount of time by their standards) I can give you a very honest account of my experience with the company.
When I was hired at RHI I had little to absolutely zero experience in staffing and I was given an opportunity to learn from one of the top staffing companies in the world. The training program at the time was little more than shadowing other employees for a few days then hopping on the phone. The training program now consists of a binder of information to read by yourself, at your desk, for a week. I took it upon myself to be dedicated to the profession I chose. After hours, I began by studying terminology, certifications, and hot trends in order to be able to speak professionally with candidates and clients. Eventually I hosted public speaking events, joined trade organizations, and got very involved in local business events.
The first thing I experienced was the expectations the company put on me almost immediately. There is essentially a 3-6 month grace period that RHI will give new employees to get a business going. I didn't wait around for the business to come to me, I hit the ground running opening new accounts and got the people on billing. I hit the numbers expected of me each week which are outlined in their "recipe for success". By my 6th month I was well on my way to building a successful business.
The next thing I experienced was turnover. And oh was there turnover. RHI likes to clean house once every 8 months or so and I saw 3 generations of completely new branch employees who were hired and fired/quit during my time there. This included management, administrative staff, and co-workers in every division (AT, OT, RHT, MR, TCG, etc). The â€œrecipe for successâ€ does not include an ingredient for team building, rather team re-building.