-A typical day at the company is you are responsible for hitting daily goals, work independently for most of the day but work with team members towards an end goal. -I learned how to effectively manage, motivate, and train a group of people. Also how to communicate with individuals on every end of the spectrum. And most importantly how to put my ideas into action. -In regards to management you knew their expectations in general but also needed to anticipate their needs/expectations. For the most part they allowed you to work independently and did not micromanage. -The hardest part of any recruiting job is working with people-being able to read if they are telling the truth and if they are going to be true to their word (ex. passing a background check, responsibilities at a job etc.). But a positive to take from it, this is the part that makes recruiting challenging and interesting at the same time. -The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing you are able to positively impact a persons life by finding them a job as well as assist with the overall flow and productivity of a company.
Forget this company and Volkswagen Credit. I was given a write up for having actual doctor's notes excusing my absences due to my toddlers being sick. I was mostly upset with Bridge to them issuing the write up before checking my file and seeing those doctors' notes. I found another job that was going to pay what I wanted plus benefits so I was very happy to only give a week's notice.