.NET Full-Stack Developer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 13, 2018
15 minutes meeting every morning. each developer goes over his/her task that need to complete end of day. discuss any issue, mistakes, resolution in their task so that other team member can learn from it.
Technical Recruiting Specialist (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 1, 2018
This job is great as a first job out of college, but I would not make a career out of working here. They pay less than average and the benefits are mediocre. The work is easy, but it gets repetitive, and during busy times it feels like working in a call center.
recruiter (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 17, 2013
Not a job for the faint of heart. Environment is constantly moving and changing. Only good for "A" game sales people. Open environment so if you are looking for a cubicle, wrong place. If you are looking for 9-5, wrong place. If you like to be challenged, right place. Consider this the "crossfit" of placement firms. High turnover, as expected with environment. Pace is key to success.
Exposure to many industries & people. Money is good but takes a year to see results.
Hours. No life. Constant turnover. Heavy micro management.