DAS installation Technician (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 9, 2018
The Management is great and they always make sure to find work for me and communicate with me to ensure everything is going well. I am pleased to be working for a company that looks out for me as well as themselves.
Operations Technician (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – June 28, 2018
Easy to work with the recruiter and clients. Was informed of expectations, and orientation was easy with the construction contractor. Had no issue with co-workers. was also paid on time and the timesheet took 3 to 5 minutes to complete each day and submit at the end of the week.
Had to comply with clients schedules, and site rules.
Low Voltage Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 16, 2018
This is staffing company,but they do find you very good jobs. The only problem with working for a staffing company like Anistar is, once you find a company that actually interested in you the staffing company plays hard ball, with letting you out of your contract. This is my only complaint with working with a staffing company like Anistar.
Unproductive, stressful with no job security, with even less employee commune.
Cable installer (Former Employee) – Oswego New York – November 29, 2017
To tell the truth I believe the company as a hold is a good company but need proper recruiters who have the ability to distinguish between good employees and bad ones, a good customer or bad one They are just not good... and without that element of being able to go between the customer and your employee it's just another temp service. Whatever you do don't change your address to go work for them.
Exciting work all over the countr, If you like to travel and live in hotels (or sometimes someone else's home!!)
The managers will give you the tools and time you need to succeed in this business. I worked her for a summer internship in Dallas and had a blast. It's competitive enough were every day was a challenge but working together as a team for a greater goal.
Great company overall. I actually had no problems with Anistar itself. My situation was one where the client was not working me the hours that I had agreed to...a full forty hour week at a minimum. And the pay was less than I would have liked...due to a lack of experience in that field. Anistar was hesitant to reassign me due to contractual arrangements with client. So anyway my position is to check and double check to be sure you will get the pay and hours you are happy with.
paid weekly, great work life balance
double check that client work schedule is exactly what you want
Data Technician (Former Employee) – Longview, TX – May 16, 2017
Only hire for contract work with no benefits. They might not have anything for you after the job is finished. One thing they are is flexible. You can take off when you want to but who wants to do that.
Young, energetic office with great culture and work life balance
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – July 11, 2016
Typical day consist of starting with follow up meetings and networking from previous days. Most people are young recent graduates with an older staff of outside sales executives. Working here was great for the short term, long term benefits at the moment is just moving into an outside sales position. While the company is great, the clients are what hurt the company in my own opinion, relaying on too many people is a lot of factors in determining pay and commission and that part was not great...no matter how much work you do someone else's lack of effort can hurt you.
8-5, free food at times, great culture and travel opportunities
recuriting in a telecommunications blue collar field, low base, small company still finding it's way
A typical day was I was the manger of all the equipment for the people I was working for and we ran Cat 6+ wires through the top and bottom floors of the hospital. I learned team work in a industrial environment. The supervisor was a cool guy and trusted me with a lot of the work. Hardest part of the job was the confined places.