Highly competitive position with long hours and no instant gratification. Limited training after initial on boarding.
Written by Senior Recruiter (Current Employee) from Austin, TX on January 16, 2019
A day at work at Barton requires constant follow up with internal employees in order to get any tasks completed. Recruiting strictly with cold calling and current database of medical professionals, and dealing with assignment management situations that require a lot of tedious conversations, explaining the same issues to multiple people to get anything - more...
Ability to make high incentives within your first year, and teaches you the bare bones of recruiting and staffing.
Long hours, office favoritism and politics, high turnover