Recruiting Assistant (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – January 19, 2018
This company has a very high turnover rate due to the fact that upper management is completely unaware of what it takes to be successful in this position. The rules and regulations are constantly changing and they have no idea what direction they want to go in. The job descriptions for their positions are completely false and are not reflective of the work one actually will be doing. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to find employment for people who are out of work.
Team culture, quarterly meetings
Low pay, high cost of benefits, lack of advancement opportunities
Supposed supervisor (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 14, 2017
Management treat employees like dogs. Rude and abusive. The day I quit was the day my manager threw keys at me “because she felt like doing so”. Her words! Who does that? Awful working environment at Amway.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – September 25, 2017
This is a fun educational company! If you are passionate about science, STEM and children this would be a good fit for you. It is a small woman owned business and is very intimate. Unfortunately they only offer seasonal work.
Small family run company. Flexible for students and parents.
Management is Horrible.Human Resources is worst than management.
Food service MSU (Former Employee) – East Lansing, MI – December 4, 2016
Was told they will help if needed.I worked for them at MSU and was verbally attacked by employees at MSU.Reported and wrote out 4 incident reports,talked to Human Resources and NEVER recieved a phone call from anyone for 2weeks.When called they asked me how the management was in lansing on Harrison Road.I asked them if they ever recieved my complaints and they said they not only have not gotten them but also the management never even sent the paperwork to them.I believe that they are the worst Temp hire company in lansing and will close down soon.
Senior Virtual Recruiter (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – December 1, 2016
I was a Virtual Recruiter and only worked there for 3 months. I have placing for direct hires into Michigan companies. When I started I had 15 different positions to fill. In June and July 2016 all but 2 positions were either canceled or put on hold with no movement. The company came back to me in mid-July to eliminate my position claiming to not have enough positions to work on. Management all in all treated me well with a generous severance package. My time there was just too short.
work life balance
Not enough sales account managers bringing in new business
Direct Hire Recruiter (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 15, 2016
Within this company you are given a lot of responsibility, which is a great thing if you are looking for a challenge. Management is there to guide you but they trust that you are able to met their goals on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. The one thing I admire about this company is its Midwestern roots and values. They value your experience and they also value your work/life balance. I have grown in my experience as a Recruiter in this company and role.