Data Center Technician (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 7, 2017
Great recruitment team. If you need a job Insight Global has a wide range of clients to choose from to work for and they will find you a job relatively quickly. Also they prepare you for the interviews. You should land a job with any of their clients if you take the direct advice from the recruitment team.
You will land a job if you listen to recrutier advice
Job may not be what you expected and need second interview for permanent placement
Service Engineer III (Current Employee) – Redmond, WA – December 11, 2018
I have worked for Insight Global for almost 10 years . They have been great to work for. They always go to bat for you,for raises and try to get you every thing you need. the only thing I would change is the medical, the Plans they provide is very expensive for what you get. The Dental and vision are great and affordable. as far as the working atmosphere Is great it. they are kind and want everyone to succeed.
Field OperatorTechnician/Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 10, 2018
A typical day at work depend on the weather. I learned how to be patient, team work and communication. Management was extremely poor. Who you know went a long way in this company. There was nothing hard about this job. I enjoy traveling meeting different people.
Helpdesk Technician (Current Employee) – Northern District, VA – December 10, 2018
Your told once you get on contract that you will be able to move around, yet once a position comes open you a run around to the point where you just say "forget it". The saying is true, if you want to move up you have to leave.
RECRUITER (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 10, 2018
Definitely will never have a dull moment, very fast-paced, young workplace environment so good for those right out of college. Structured promotional path that gives goals and expectations over daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
Technical Writer (Contract) (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – December 9, 2018
Loved my Microsoft gig but had payroll issues with agency. The account rep didn't meet me in person but they had in the past. Worked for them 3 different Microsoft projects and they improved their benefits.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – December 6, 2018
Insight Global was the most stressful work environment Long hours - no compensation for the hard work Illegally made you work through lunch Get in around 7:15 leave no earlier than 5:45 Management took a bully tactic Nothing you do is ever good enough - you meet a goal, they raise the bar Advancement is nearly impossible unless you cheat or sleep your way to the top
Field Operator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2018
I was only a contract employee so provided insight is limited. I worked with generally friendly people, had great supervisors, and traveled across the united states. It did mean however I was rarely in one location for long and as such it was easy to feel lost and home sick.
Dishonest payroll practices, but decent ability to earn money.
Survey & Data Collector (Former Employee) – Various – December 5, 2018
Terrible communication from top down Dress code not enforced Too many thugs, people who don't follow the rules, and don't represent the client well Easy job Lots of travel is probably the best part of the job, and I did earn a lot of money
Subpar living conditions, low per-diem, low moral,
In Field Data Collection Technician (Former Employee) – USA – December 1, 2018
Overall travel was nice, hotels turned to motels and poor living conditions. The per-diem was bad and not even to standard industry level. The transportation was an issue as well when it came to us having a vehicle at our disposal. Rules not enforced.
Camp Pendleton Technician (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – November 30, 2018
Insight Global was my first employer after my separation from the Navy. They were a great company to work for while I was part of the Windows 10 re-imaging team at Camp Pendleton. I would highly recommend this employer to any potential employees.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – November 29, 2018
No communication once you are brought in. Was brought in as a contract to hire then the end company went and said oh we don't have the headcount thanks for fixing things though for the last 6 months. The recruiter didn't even apologize nor reach out after the end company told me my services were no longer needed. Zero contact from them. Contractors be wary of working for this company!
IT Recruiter (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 28, 2018
You really have to like recruiting to make it in this company. It is a numbers game, day in and day out. If you are okay with that you will do great, but if you're looking for a paycheck you will fail miserably. The company only hires within. The hardest part is keeping a level head, because when one thing goes your way, two things wont. Micromanagement is both a pro and a con because it helps you reach your goals but can easily be oversaturated. It is basically greek life in an office.