In defense of Robert Half International and Creative Group in Atlanta

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Jeffrey Stone in Atlanta, Georgia

128 months ago

I've recently had my first experience with The Creative Group (Robert Half International) in Atlanta and I must say it has been a very positive experience. The employees there have been very proactive about contacting me with potential opportunities, answering all my questions and following up. Very professional. I can't speak for other offices around the country but the Atlanta office is great. The way I see it everybody wins. The out of work designer can get work and the company gets a professional working for them who has already been pre-screened and can step in and do the job with minimal training. Plus they can have the time to see if that person would be a good fit in their company before hiring full time. To everybody complaining about not getting calls or having to sit through 3 hours of training I say BOO HOO. If you are not getting calls maybe you need more experience or you are not a good match for that company. In regards to the 3 hours of training I would imagine it's kind of important for a candidate to be thoroughly vetted before being sent to work for a company. You are a reflection of Robert Half or The Creative Group and they can't send someone who is not completely qualified.

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SizzlinSwede in Fort Myers, Florida

125 months ago

Good to see that you've had a positive experience and all is not bad. Maybe everyone should just move to Atlanta. Kudos to the staff up there in Atlanta.

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joycevdb in Princeton, New Jersey

113 months ago

I also recently had a positive experience with The Creative Group in Princeton, New Jersey.

I applied with The Creative Group and then 1 week later had a position at a major pharmaceutical company. The recruiters I dealt with were always professional and quick to reply to any questions.

I didn't have to sit through 3 hours of training but totally understand that you are representing the Creative Group (or whatever recruiting company you are with).

You have the best of both worlds with this company -- you get the benefit of a full-time employee, (health benefits and auto tax withdrawals, auto weekly pay) and you do not feel tied down to any particular corporation. No chasing clients down for payment.

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