Production Worker (Former Employee) – Princeton, IN – August 17, 2018
I loved my time there. great pay and benefits.strict attendance policy.ability to rise up through the ranks. clean and safe work environment. Managment could do a much better job in regards to communicating issues to the employee.
Not enough job opportunities you work 4 weeks then off a whole week until they find something new very inconsistent but like I say if your looking for experience in the environmental field then try them out.
I wouldn't work here again if they tripled the salary
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – August 16, 2018
Worked at Aerotek for a year a half. If your account manager is cool, which mine was, it makes things a little better but upper management is your typical scare-tactic managers who make you feel like every day could be your last. I was ranked 2nd in my office for over a year as far as spread (what they base everything off of) goes and was ranked 40th in the entire company. I made great money, but working 12 hours a day doing nothing but dialing phones was not for me. They track how many phone calls you put out a day and if you go below what you did the day before, you get yelled at. Often told you have to work through lunch or on weekends,even if your ranked well above the rest of the office. Worst part is you have to run everything through a team of glorified secretaries, who are not held to the same go-getter standards as you so they bottle neck everything big time. And they're just not pleasant people. In the year and a half I worked there, we turned over 44 people. A full office is like 23. Nearly every single one of them quit.
You can pay $5 to wear jeans once a week? Is that even a pro?
Management, Fsg, Feedback, Role Plays, Development, atmosphere.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 16, 2018
I was contacted by the worse recruiters they lied to me and i was blackballed if you don't take the job that's offered to you they blackball you.If you are in the Philly don't waste your time they are a bunch of lairs.Stay away
Engineering Recruiter (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – August 15, 2018
Aerotek has taught me a list of HR and Sales skills while learning the recruitment process. I put in 10+ hour days and make 50-100 calls a day, given me assigned task. My managers and coworkers are supportive in my individual achievement and create a fun environment within the office. The nature of the job itself is not what I expected, candidates and clients put their career and business in my hands, and I am not always able to uphold my promises. I have found that the amount of work I input is self-determined, but the outcome of my success is mostly dependent of the decisions of others. I am happy to have started my first corporate career with Aerotek, but I seek employment in a different industry than third party recruiting.
Expense Accounts, Casual Friday's, lively and young environment
Attrition, candidate drop outs, impractical deadlines
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 15, 2018
Aerotek is a good company but once you take on an assignment you aren't really in their control anymore. I tried calling to be reassigned and was told that I would be assisted in that need but pretty much after two weeks of me trying to see what was going on contact from aerotek stopped.
Environmental Field technician (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – August 15, 2018
a typical day at aeortek was ten hours a day. The management was not really involved in the daily operation aspect. The working culture was ok. The hardest part of the job is wearing a respirator for extended amount of time
CONTRACT WORKER (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – August 15, 2018
Received inbound calls from Providers in reference to claim status on Audits that were performed. Email Providers and CSM regarding issues that needed to be addressed per Providers. Have proficient customer service will communicating with Providers as well as CSM.
WARRANTY ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Marengo, IL – August 13, 2018
Ok job to get your foot in the door for the real jobs. They did help me find my position but there was no vacation or holiday pay. I had to work 2000 hours to get my first 5 vacation days...only I soon hired by the real company, so I didn't even get to use them.
Recruiter/ HR Manager (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – August 13, 2018
The company had good ideas and most worked hard. Off site locations were lazy and never focused on the person, only policy. That led to having to layoff good people because of company decisions and hiring new people not to give them benefits.
Customer service representative (Former Employee) – Chino, CA – August 12, 2018
I was assigned to work at American Honda call center in Chino. My daily job duties included receiving inbound phone calls from Honda vehicle owners and assisting with warranty and dealer repair services received.
I was also tasked with noting any complaints they might of had with their vehicle into the Honda database (CRRS) and filing out any necessary information for the customer profile necessary. I also assisted with the customers vehicle recalls (if any) and scheduled appointments to the nearest dealership for the customer to have said recalls repaired.
Workplace culture was mostly relaxed, but everyone stayed busy. It was in an office call center setting, which employed over 250 employees at any given time.
Recreational room, multiple restrooms and break rooms.
Company computers could be a little more efficient .
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Arden Hills, MN – August 12, 2018
Great foundation to learn meaningful sales and people skills. At times it feels like a "dial for dollars" environment; but I believe it is also a scenario of "it is what you make of it". There seemed to be a mix of rock-star managers and managers that could use more time learning and developing AS managers. My first manager was constantly hanging over our shoulders and pushing us for candidates; my second manager was hands off but laid out expectations we were held accountable for. Both were successful - but one management style is much more preferable. The team atmosphere is hard to replace; co-workers become good friends and like family. There is a lot of turnover though, so you may be saying a lot of goodbyes. It is is tough industry so you have to put in the time, therefore work-life balance consists of a lot of office time - but that is what it takes to be successful. This is a job for those who want to bust their butts and take charge; and for those who have thicker skin.