Administrative Resource Options
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About the company

  • CEO
    Alecia McClung
    84%
    approve of Alecia McClung's performance
  • Founded
    1990
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Commercial Printing
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Site Lead in Eden Prairie, MN
on September 13, 2021
There are essentially two sides to ARO - the Corporate/management side, and the on-site side. If you are hired into the Corporate structure, there is more flexibility with scheduling and work-from-home opportunities. "Meetings" are usually virtual/phone calls. You will likely work with on-site employees regularly, over the phone or in person. You may be expected to be available more often.If you work on site (usually as a subcontractor) your work environment will be dictated by the client site you work at and the ARO staff you work with. HR is good at working with sites to improve working conditions if there is an issue, though. Most sites stick to strict 8 hour schedules, but there may be opportunities for overtime. Management must provide a coverage person when you take PTO, so it can be harder to schedule time off. Sites are contracted for specific time-frames, so it's not a guarantee that your position will remain available for years to come.
Copy and Print Associate in Irving, TX
on January 10, 2022
I really enjoyed my time working with ARO. The locations were fun, the management was supportive and really seemed to care about the team and the stress was fairly low. I only left so I can pursue some higher education goals I have for myself.
Customer Service Representative in Irving, TX
on December 7, 2021
Adminstrative Recourse Options is a laid back place to work. Benefits aren’t the best and neither is the pay but you’re not asked to do any sophisticated task.
Assistant Manager in Chicago, IL
on November 22, 2021
With far too few resources at the corporate level to support the field operations, mid-level management are left to do the heavy lifting. There is no room for growing accounts or investing in the success of the most valuable resource, field personnel. If there were true corporate level departments with a reasonable headcount per department to handle inquiries and issues, such as HR, IT, Payroll, Accounting, then the mid-level management would be freed up to provide the much needed support to the onsite teams and the client relationships. As it is currently with little to no corporate documented processes to provide unity and uniformity across the organization, the day to day running of the business is very disjointed. Hard to manage a business primarily through email communication. Very ineffectual, which places employees in a position without the resources to enable them to be effective and successful in their roles. Unfortunate as this company is made up of very good individuals who are a pleasure to work with.
Employee in Dallas, TX
on November 16, 2021
Personally I believe the company does not have a sense of direction it wants to go in. They do not know how to manage their time or resources when a issue or a conflict comes up with a their clients. Management claims they would rather look within the company for higher positions, but this is false! I've have seen so many people try to move around within the company, but they are constantly denied. If you are not a supervisor or a manager expect very low pay.

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