Contract work from home (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI 53212 – October 11, 2018
Experis was the payroll provider for QBE contract workers. I dealt with QBE management and personnel only daily. I answered agent calls and solved Underwriting problems. I reviewed and approved New business submissions, renewals and endorsements.
Sales (Former Employee) – Oregon – October 5, 2018
Good place to work but wish there was more room for advancement into management or lateral positions. Lots of change taking place in the company but I believe it's for the better. Friendly people to work with but I wish the upper level execs focused more attention on serving the people rather then metrics.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 23, 2018
Good way to get experience in sales and getting ti know the landscape and learning to organize yourself in outside sales. You can make a lot of money, But in my case, our recruiters sucked, which meant it was hard to make comission. Goals are unattainable. retention is terrible. No one lasts more than a year. Managers dont know what they're doing. Obvious is like a graveyard. Disorganization everywhere. Conference calls in the morning made me depressed. Everyone knew it was a sinking ship. Industry is super competitive/difficult. I'd stay away unless you enjoy pain.
Flexible/ meet a lot of cool people/businesses
No job security/unrealistic expectations/Depressing Culture
Active Directory Engineer (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 16, 2018
I was hired for a long term contract and after only two months my entire team was let go without any warning (Not due to any fault of myself or team members). I have a wife and kids so this left me in a very difficult position and Experis did little to find me a new job.
Audit & Risk Assurance Professional/Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 14, 2018
There are few choices what clients you will work at, and more importantly when you will start at a client which may take weeks without pay as a consultant. The worst is that you have no idea when you next assignment will be. It can take weeks or months between assignments.
Microsoft Office 365 Concierge Engineer (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – September 7, 2018
This is like being at a startup. LOVE working from home. I love learning and I am continually learning in this position. But, there is very little training, you have to be willing to train yourself and keep up to date on all things Office 365 on your own time. You will have very little to no help with issues. I enjoyed being on my own and collaborating with customers to fix their issues. This is not for everyone.
I would consider this position to have NO benefits. Health Insurance is awful and expensive. 9 hours of PTO a month but that will include, sick time, vacation and holidays. Thankful for something. Upside you can take time off without pay. 401k you can contribute to, no match.
Work from home, not micro managed, full flexibility to answer customer questions
this is a contract that can end at anytime, there really are no benefits, small amount of paid time off
Test Associate (Former Employee) – Tigard, OR – September 6, 2018
The job was fun, and I met lots of good people I still call my friend. However, because they are contractors, they can only have so many people on their workforce at any given time. You never knew when you were going to be laid off if the client decided to cancel a project.
Sourcer (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – September 4, 2018
Fast pace work, support from team and management. Not micromanaged and allowed to work indepently. Fun place to work, where you truly feel management appreciates you and the work you do. Pays well and lots of perks!
Contractor Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester altrincham – September 4, 2018
when I first got this job they gave me the impression they liked me and I liked them too 2 weeks down the line when I was settled in I was suppose to be given training I didn't have any training what so ever just the manager pointed out a couple of things and expected me to know when ive never done this type of work before, not long after the 2 weeks of being there she pulled me into a meeting room and basically said 'I don't feel like this is the job for you, I haven't got time to help you you need to do it on your own' I was really shocked by this bearing in mind I had only been there for 2 weeks I said 'give me a chance ive only been here 2 weeks'. so then another 2 weeks passed by and a horrible incident happened to me were I was in hospital I provided hospital notes, doctors notes and at the time she advised me its best to stay of so I had a week of due to me being unfit to work. I then came back in work the week after and my manager and another woman had a meeting with me they said they didn't believe me and they think I was telling lies I was disgusted wuth this as I provided hospital note not shortly after this I left the company my manager sent me a letter home saying I will get paid for the weeks notice and the days I had worked it came pay day and I hadant got paid a penny I rang them up and asked why and she just said you owe us money because you had sick days of since when was this a company rule? I am so upset with how I have got treated I am now taking this further because I want what I worked and am owed
Microsoft Office 365 Concierge Ambassador (Current Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – August 19, 2018
The regional manager is the best ever. My direct manager is one of the best people I have ever worked for. The overall work environment is great but the job lacks career progression and little benefits.
CONSULTANT STAFF MANAGER (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 14, 2018
good working environment until management change - once management changed the whole work environment went down along with morale. I was working towards sales position and once management change nothing happened. I then received an opportunity with my current employer and moved on.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – August 8, 2018
I will begin by saying that Experis' new direction was instigated by a person who was removed within a year of my leaving. I have heard that they have held on to some of his old ideas, but "reset" the majority of them. Experis restructured how it handled its enterprise customers, creating a high-volume and low-touch solution which ultimately proved to make it lose a fair amount of business in Seattle (though ironically it helped grow Manpower Group's stock price). I was able to work with this new structure for about a year. But, in the process, the quality of work went down dramatically, I walked away from an account due to inept leadership, and ultimately chose to leave.
Team Lead/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – July 9, 2018
At best it is and entry level job, don't expect much build your resume and get out.
No work ethic, spreadsheet management and they are not honest with the customer. After starting with them my pay was lowered along with everyone else then benefits where changed. Was promised more money to move to a different position in a different city and then told the additional money was not available after I had made preparations to move. Not trust worthy at all, extremely incompetent management. Better than no job but not much better. Don't expect much and you will be ok.
Company will not listen to offered improvements management will try to be your friend but throw you under the bus in a heart beat.
Typical Vendor based company all about the $$ and not the employees