Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 5, 2018
Ledgent had an excellent location across from Westfield mall in La Jolla. Small work space offered 0 privacy for phone calls to candidates. High expectations re: calls out, placing candidates into jobs quickly. Encouraged potential temp employees to come into the firm to be tested and interviewed although there were no jobs available for them. Frustrating for people desperate for a job as recruiter would hype a candidate to call every day for any jobs available but there were none. Not good company policy leading people on just to "make your numbers." Sad but true.
Pay and benefits were decent, location, free parking, close by places for lunch
No breaks, lunches frowned upon, staff could be snotty, lots of talking behind the back of temp and full time recruiters.
Business Solutions Manager (Current Employee) – California – February 4, 2017
PROS: Great benefits, optional 9/80 schedule, established business and name is known throughout the area, easy going people, high sense of urgency amongst all employees, great team-oriented environment, constant recognition, company culture is by far one of the best i've ever encountered, mileage/expense reimbursement, self-managed desk, no micro-managing, long interview process prior to hiring, open door policy, CEOs listens to the requests of employees throughout the company and implements change, consistent training refreshers, pet insurance
CONS: Long interview process (i went through 6 interviews), challenging quotas level (especially if you don't have a following in your book of business from previous recruiting), even more senior employees will have some level of difficulty meeting the call/interview/client visit KPIs, daily and weekly reports lead to management inquiring about your numbers constantly, a LOT of administrative work, a LOT of documentation, training was nearly two months and became a bit excessive especially when training for something you won't put into practice for a few weeks, doesn't observe some national holidays
Business Solutions Specialist (Former Employee) – Century City, CA – October 5, 2017
Ledgent Finance and Accounting was a terrific place to work. My colleagues and managers alike all wanted to help with my training and development as a recruiter. I felt free to ask many questions as needed and always felt as though I was a part of the team. I would definitely recommend Ledgent to anyone looking to get into recruiting!
Business Solutions Manager (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 20, 2017
no team work at all. each manager fills their orders with their own candidates, even if it means if this candidate isn't the best fit. i learned that unless you are willing to change your morals and ethics, you won't be able to work here. It's a disservice to your candidates and clients, but hush hush, don't say anything or else you will get scolded in front of everyone as if you are a 2 year old. Hardest part of this job working with shady and immature people.
PROJECT MANAGER-COLLECTIONS (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 27, 2013
Performed Account Follow Up and Resolution of Patients Accounts Receivable that are 61 days & older. Submitted adjustment forms for patient accounts to reflect correct insurance payment, patient liability and contractual agreement. Determined if an appeal was necessary in order to have claim reviewed for payment, due to level of care, medical necessity, no authorization or referral. Updated the patient account records to show information requested for claims to process. Established and maintained customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations.
Great co workers, management had no clue what they were doing.
Business Solutions Manager (Former Employee) – MD – June 6, 2016
Management had no idea what they were doing and never gave any feed back. Even though we had open work space, management did little to provide continuos education. Had no idea what to do in certain situations and tried to avoid confrontations.
no continuos education, no feed back in experienced leaders.
I really enjoyed what bookkeeping in this temporary position. It keep me busy all day long with little supervision.
I learned to process bill of lading for international/domestic shipping, make sure sales order was consistent with our pricing. I learned to enter new employees onto our system for payroll and how to process commission for our sales dept.
What I liked least about this position was that there was no employee activities and therefore no fellowship with employees.
Accounting Assistant (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – May 17, 2017
Even though I was only a temprorary employee for several weeks before starting a full time job, I learned alot. I first started working with spreadsheets & balancing the General Ledger & when needed I always volunteered to help to learn more. This company is A plus in my book.
Temporary Employment worker (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – June 10, 2014
Data entry. Learned the 10 key. Management was excellent and I enjoyed my coworkers. The hardest part of the job was transferring to new locations when my work assignment had ended. The most enjoyable part of the job was having income.
Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – February 4, 2015
Worked at Eugene Burger Management before being placed with Simpson Sheet Metal. I loved the job and the experience that I gained, I did the daily receipts, deposits, time card entries, accounting, phones, collections, etc.