Consumer Advocate L'Oreal Assignment (Former Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – May 20, 2018
Atrium is very helpful for college students, they give you exposure to companies. I told my recruiter about a company I was interested in and within a week I hear back from them regarding a temp long term position.
Restocked and dispensed technician boxes (Former Employee) – Iselin, NJ – May 15, 2018
Although a temporary job, the placement was a good one. Close to my house, weekends were free, and there was opportunity for overtime. It was a very relaxed atmosphere, with knowledgeable people around to help you do your job better
Long Term Temp (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 4, 2018
They partner with great employers. You gain a lot of experience which allowed me to be flexible and understand which jobs worked for me and my personality. I enjoyed my time with working with them. Only con was the turn around to place you in a new temp position. It took a while which was my main reason to seek for permanent employment.
Work Force Management/Project Management (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – April 13, 2018
Enjoyed the contract I worked for Atrium staffing. The environment was outdated and a tad barbaric but the pay was compensation to deal with it. I was disappointed that they did not hire contract workers for permanent positions. They only hired from within for my specific department.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Southhaven, MS – December 12, 2017
staff worked well together, it met my needs. never enough time to really get to know residents, very busy, heavy patient load. plenty of supplies when needed. always able to work in a 30 minute lunch break. insurance met my needs. got death benefit when husband died, it helped.
understanding, gave me the time off when I had husband home on hospice.
Temp (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 27, 2017
Atrium is a solid staffing agency with varying opportunities. Sometimes business is slow and sometimes fast paced. There are many women working as staffers, and sometimes a temp can get lost in the mix of shifting from staffing agent to agent, so trying to form a solid relationship with each staffer is crucial.
Consulting - Senior Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – New Jersey – September 19, 2017
Good place to kick start a career. I had a good time learning lots of stuff. I engaged in a number of clients with different circumstances. I was offered the opportunity to sit in meetings with clients.
A temp agency so a lot is out of their hands. They arent a bad company to work for at all. It was where I was placed that had poor management.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Saxonburg, PA – September 11, 2017
The manager I worked with was great. My problems had nothing to do with her or Atrium staffing. The company I worked for thru them expected you to be available 7 days a week. It was very stressful and fast paced. Continually complained about getting more quantity out and wouldn't worry about quality but the following week it would be the exact opposite.
This was a temporary position. Instructions changed every day and extremely difficult to keep up with proper procedures. I left this position due to falling down stairs at my home causing me to fracture my right ankle
Talent Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 5, 2017
Atrium is a great place to work when you have the energy to pound the phones and make sales calls. There are a number of great perks, but there are also a lot of politics to deal with. Not for the faint of heart, but you can make your own success here.
Warehouse/Machine operator (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 30, 2017
Worked out great here. The had a job that was set up to pay well and the distance from my home was minimum. I liked working for this temp service. I recomment this company to anyone looking for a good job for temp or temp to hire.
Talent Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – July 9, 2017
A lot of reviews for Atrium Staffing are from candidates who were placed on external assignments. This is an internal review:
There is very limited job security. Your success in the company is 100% dependent on the revenue you generate, which is completely based on the decisions of the candidates and clients you work with. You could spend three months working on a position and finally get your candidate the offer, but if the candidate decides to turn down the offer, all that hard work you put into the process goes unacknowledged if there was no fee generated.
Growth is also very limited. You only get a raise if you get promoted, and 9 times out of 10 a promotion just means getting a higher title, but having zero change in responsibilities.
Additionally, the culture of both the individual teams as well as among upper management needs a lot of work. If you are not one of your manager's "favorites", then good luck.