Working under contract with this company, basically was lied to fill their needs to labor. Relocating to Gainesville FL from Atlanta Georgia. Always trying to communicate by email to get things done. No one wants to speak with by phone to get financial obligations in order. Excuses. Excuses. Excuses. The high management of Nextgen better find some folks with a moral fiber to deal with some humility and respect towards their workers.
None (Former Employee) – Nowhere, OK – May 13, 2018
I must say these are some of the laziest employees I ever seen. I thought another company was worse but after seeing Nextgen, I was wrong! More like Nextgen Idiots. I applied for to work here 80 days ago and nothing happend. Are HR people getting dumber? I most certainly think so. You will get paid as less as you can here
Manager - Account Manager/ Sales (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – August 9, 2017
Not for long run as things are unstructured. They want to monitor things and want to change environment but need to trust employees. 1. Daily routine is hectic 2.Good exposure to learn 3.Little Bias 4.Dealing with clients payments are the hardest part of the job 5.Fun with employees time to time.
accounts receivable (Former Employee) – Andover, MA – January 19, 2016
They'll attempt to pay once a month, illegal in MA biweekly or weekly is the law. I had to hold their feet to the coals to get paid, repeatedly. Mailed checks with misspellings and incorrect address information. They are only a temporary recruiting agency. They promised permanent placement and did not provide accurate summaries of job descriptions. Steer clear. Trust me.
Enjoyed my position and my coworkers. Learned new skills on a regular basis and interacting with customers was fun. Greatly improved my customer service skills and taught me to be more professional when dealing with their matters.
Trained monkey. (Former Employee) – Bay Area – December 23, 2013
These people are just a job shop, sending out job spam to as many people as they can possibly collect into their database.
A typical day at work consists of cross referencing a job description against a database of people that the company has illegally harvested, and, even if those people are only peripheral or tangential matches for the job, spam them. Repeatedly.
The hardest part of your job working for these people is looking at yourself in the mirror each morning.