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I started working here almost 5 months ago with a raise promised "soon." After 4 months the raise finally came through but still isnt quite enough to live comfortably. There is no PTO, no sick days, and no employees to help cover in the event of a call off.They recently let go multiple employees with little warning. They now have less employees with everyone else making up the work. It's a good place to start a quality check career, but not a long term position by any means.
Low pay, no motivation, no room for growth
it has been awful due to new management/supervisor. There is a lot of drama that goes on and the management is against its employees and only believes what the main supervisor says, even if its false. There is barley any respect and its all about the main supervisor, who takes credit for anything good an employee does. It is a super hostile work environment and you are always blamed for something. They never look at the positives the employees do, only negative. I do not recommend working here unless you are ok with being talked down too and disrespected by management. They throw you too the wolf's right off the bat and expected to know everything Immediately. And employees are Put by themselves with barley any training or supervision frequently. So if you enjoy being talked town too, talked trash behind your back and being forced to work longer shifts alone then this is the awful job for you!
Everything about this job. Especially the lead supervisor and managment.
Left feeling overpromised and unimpressed. Best advice, if you take a job here make sure you're still living with your parents until you get a better idea of your actual pay. Recruiter will tell you that you're going to ramp up quickly with an established book. In reality it takes months/years to build a livable wage.If you're fresh out of college, living at home, and want to get into the sales grind then this might be decent for you. Definitely not a career.
Some bank holidays off
The position started out okay and it was kind of fun but after a while it becomes mundane. Candidates are unreliable and the management continues to expect more without actually training much to make me better. It became kind of toxic to be there so I left.
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Great attitude with the employees and the supervisor. Learned a lot in the process of working in the laboratory
I had a great employer who managed to help me go through what is it like to work for Apex. I had a positive experience with the company. Apex is not only just doing the task but engaging with the employees with a great mindset and a great attitude.
I worked a temporary lab technician position at Crayola LLC. I helped the engineering department monitor and improve the crayon labeling machines via collecting production data and analyzing it for results. I also tested the new labels to ensure product quality, while aiding in a new crayon trial.
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Apex is a very fun and young culture dedicated to meeting clients needs. You will develop a great foundation in HR and recruiting which you can build on down the road with other companies (I know I have). The pay is pretty poor the first 6 months, but if you can stick it out and hit the bonus metrics it’ll be worth it. Overall good experience working there just wish the pay was livable and there was room for growth.
Save yourself and don't even waste your time with the horrible and toxic work environment. The Mgmt. team in Newport Beach (B+J) are horrible managers that provide no leadership. They are as fake as the come and will throw anyone under the bus to save themselves.
Apex did a wonderful job supporting me through the assignment. Great experience with them. Professional, polite, competent.
Apex did a wonderful job supporting me through the assignment. Great experience with them. Professional, polite, competent. They would assist when I had technical issues, they were understanding, and they were excellent at follow-up with myself and the client.
Working with Apex was frustrating, if the on site management did not like you they would find reasons to fire you. Hours were inconsistent and so was workload. Some days spent sitting for hours doing nothing because we were scheduled with nothing to do.
I’ve worked as a temp thru Apex Life Sciences or Apex Systems Agency in Norwalk, CT for over a year (it’s not clear which company it is). They earn money from me weekly and have the audacity to treat me like garbage. They don’t return calls or emails unless it directly affects the recruiter’s pocket book. They say they’ll call back and do NOT- and that includes their management !!! The owe me money and blow me off! Extremely unprofessional
Management was abysmal, they picked favorites and made it so obvious. The delivery manager was the least empathetic person I've ever worked with and should be terminated. Man, complaining is not my forte but the Chicago office was a horrible experience with little growth potential and training opportunities for new employees.
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