Temporary workers treated very poorly by Contractor
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – North Clarendon, VT – May 26, 2018
Most of senior management at my one year assignment at General Electric in North Clarendon,Vermont treated Temps just like dirt. You were doing the same job for more than 1/2 the pay and some of the workers would not even speak to you. They would have Monday morning meetings and not include the temps because they were not real GE workers give me a break!. Most of the tempts like myself, you can count on me always on time ready to work and working all those extra hours your real GE workers did not want due to very poor work ethic and being severely overpaid.If you are not in the good old boys club you can forget about becoming a regular employee at GE Rutland, VT.
A job getting paid weekly
No benefits, holiday pay, vacation, Personal time off
Post Closing Specialist (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – May 23, 2018
Adecco allowed me to transition from a customer service job to a office position by allowing me to prove myself to my future employer by allowing me to show my work ethics, willingness to learn new tasks, and flexibility of changing my focus as new issues came up.
I got hired from one of its clients because they needed to hire more employees. Lots of other employees work year after year before me. Some only work few months but I was hired on with other employees who been there months to years. Adecco really should had spoken to their clients on getting the converted or an hourly raise because some have worked year after year and wasn't appreciated.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Palm Bay, FL – May 21, 2018
Described product to customers and accurately explained details and care of merchandise Recommended alternative items if product was out of stock. Asked open-ended questions to assess customer needs Directed calls to appropriate individuals and departments