Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – August 26, 2018
A good place to work for but I live in country and didn't like the city so had come back home! I had no problems with the work place I was put at but was told no pay raises and was barely making it and didn't want to be homeless
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – April 18, 2018
Typical day t work was ok. you had to always look over your shoulder. I learned a new database. Recruiting is recruiting Management was breathing down your neck. Micro-management. Culture was great. Hardest part of job was the micromanagement, The most enjoyable part of throb was the people i worked with,
CPS is a great place to work if you don't need benefits.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – October 10, 2017
CPS got me placed at a great job site. Only thing is I haven't been hired permanently, so there for can't reap the great benefits. CPS has great pay & the representative I worked with was very attentative, worked hard & fast to place me in a great job site. I would recommend CPS to anyone.
former recruit (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 27, 2017
This is a decent temp agency, nothing bad to say about them, but the auto parts driver job is a nightmare. Poor corporate management, poor local ( Buffalo) management. The auto parts company will screw you out of pay at every opportunity, there is no such thing as getting a raise, even if you are a perfect employee. The managers stand around doing nothing, while the drivers are scrambling to try to make their deliveries. Their employee handbook said they have six paid holidays, but they decided not to give Christmas and New Year's this year, everyone was angry. The vehicles are poorly maintained and you will have to rely on your own GPS. Unless you are absolutely desperate, do yourself a favor and stay away from this auto parts company.
office manager (Former Employee) – syracuse ny – November 30, 2016
They post "bait" jobs that don't really exist to get you to their site. The "bait" jobs would be really good if they existed, but they just want to get you there so they can try to interest you in one of their real, less than desirable jobs.