Do not apply for management opportunities if you have children
Clinic Site Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 6, 2018
The companies that IDR chooses to work with do not believe in work life balance. You’re trained in locations that are an hour to two hours away from your home and if you request to leave at a decent time to be able to pick up your children from school, you will be fired and seen as “not a long term fit”. If you are a single, childless person, you’ll be wonderful for their positions. But if you have children and prior obligations, forget it.
IT Asset Management Analyst (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 26, 2017
Worked at my assignment, but IDR was responsive and kept in contact with me during the assignment. The assignment itself was fine and I was able to reach out directly to IDR with questions and they were quite responsive.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 26, 2017
Great if you don't have school and can work full-time. Also if you can move larger furniture if movers are not there when a shipment comes. But be wary, if you're not part of the original team, be cautious and analytical when inspecting product. Also have to be quick with inspections. If you make 3 or more mistakes, even small mistakes, they'll let you go (but if one of the originals guys can mess up deliveries and break things, it's not as big of a deal). If you have previous furniture moving experience, maybe it'll work for you.
I feel like I have grown in this industry when I got introduced with IDR. They have helped me getting one of the best Project. The company that I work for doesn't carry great benefits but, the environment is amazing. I am a full timer now but still looking forward to work with IDR again.
SQL Developer/Tier 3 Support (Current Employee) – Brentwood, TN – November 24, 2015
They are a fine staffing company. They found me a job in a place I wanted to live on contract to hire. I came in and did very well, but when the time to hire me came, the job had been offshored to India. It isn't IDR's fault, but my future is up in the air at the moment.