Talent Acquisition Manager (Current Employee) – Red Bank, NJ – February 11, 2019
Welcome to the Staffing and Recruiting Industry. A typical day at work will be as follows: Be prepared to make phone calls, cold and warm. Make lots of connections with people, set client meetings, set in person interviews and phone interviews. Hit your activity, you won't succeed in this business if you don't put in the effort. You will be expected to hit metrics, this is a sales environment. If this is not the environment you want and don't want to earn it, don't join.
Management - They are excellent, no one is perfect, we are all human beings and in this industry we deal with the most imperfect product in the world "people". As with any organization, change is constant. You must be able to roll with the punches in a constant evolving/changing environment. You can't grow if you don't adapt to the market. If you do the same thing every day you will hit a plateau, so you have to constantly look at the business and change your workout routine to hit your goals.
DIVERSANT is one of the fastest growing IT Staffing Firms in the US. We are looking for competitively driven individuals that want to have an uncapped earning potential. We DO provide our employees the resources to succeed. Ultimately you are a producer either as a Recruiter, Account Manager, National Account Manager, Director etc. Everyone in this company is in the game to become the premiere IT Staffing firm in the markets we are in and new markets that we enter.
The hardest part about this job is different for everyone. The best advice I will give anyone who is a veteran of the industrymore... or just starting their career in the staffing industry; "be planned and prepared every day you come into the office" Know who you are calling and why. Then follow that plan as best you can. If you do that, you will have success. This is not rocket science, this is staffing and recruiting. Go build relationships, but remember it won't happen overnight.
The greatest part about this job is the feeling you get when you get those wins (placements). It’s not only a win for you, but everyone involved. The client, candidate, yourself and ultimately DIVERSANT.less
Compensation, Competition, Career Growth
There are only cons if you don't put in the effort
It is unfortunate that you feel this way about DIVERSANT. We strive to make sure DIVERSANT is a great place for employees to work and grow professionally. Change is inevitable in this highly competitive industry. Please know that all feedback is reviewed by our leadership team so that we can continue to improve as a company. If you would like to share more information about your experience, please reach out to us at HR@diversant.com.
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Good place to work
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 29, 2019
I really enjoyed working here. My manager was funny, and always inspired us to work hard and do our best. Reaaly gave us the tools we needed for success.
Exciting industry with some shortcomings in company
Account Manager/Recruiter (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 7, 2018
My time at Diversant was short due to some unrest at the office I worked at. I was eager to learn, but was not shown any respect for my prior experience (almost 7 years in sales). The company takes care of you, but was floundering in my local office at the time.
Working for Diversant was fine. I was always considered and if issues would come up, they would handle and fix immediately (payroll related). It was a great company and their client ADP also a great employer.
great environment, discounted lunches, activites, gym
RBAC Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – August 23, 2018
Diversant LLC was a great contracting company to work for. Their rep would come visit at the office where the contractor was located, often bringing bagels and goodies for the company office staff.
They were not kept informed that my contract was being cut, but that wasn't their fault, as they have to rely on the company to let them know ahead of time. Unfortunately, my contract was cut very abruptly which speaks volumes of the company where I was contracted to work.
Energetic Environment for Self-Motivated Individuals
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 2, 2018
I loved the office environment in Philadelphia, PA but Upper Management is consistently changing the company strategy leading to high turnover rate and constant confusion for Managers, Recruiters, and Account managers alike. Transparency is not a known benefit for this company. You can make a lot of money if you look past that and able to adapt to overall strategy change. Do keep in mind that overall strategy and individual business strategy are not the same thing.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Red Bank, NJ – May 31, 2018
They have done a good job of finding suitable positions for me and have gone out of their way to walk me through the on-boarding process and the payroll system. They meet me at the client's location on the day of the interview and on the first day of work.
Repeat contracts with good clients
I would like to be getting more contracts and higher pay.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – May 28, 2018
Diversant's approach is very hands off once you are on contract with an employer. More communication during the contract would be helpful. Better communication during the transition during end of contract would be beneficial.
Project Manager - Network Operations (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 23, 2018
I would definitely work through this company again. They have been very responsive to any concerns I may have had while being contracted by them for Verizon. Verizon has been a great company to work for for 36 years.