The job itself was easy but the job description that Procom gave didn't line up with the actual job (this was a contract position, I didn't work at Procom, I worked at their client). The discrepancy wasn't an issue because the actual job was very very easy. The pay was high, compared to the actual work performed, but I'm not complaining. They have to overcompensate because you don't get paid time off for holidays or sick or vacation and the place where I worked had mandatory holiday leave for Christmas so I did not get paid for an entire week. So it balances out.
The Procom representatives were nice, but the on-boarding process was a little disorganized with having to deal with so many different people. It would have made more sense to have a point person to deal with and then they distribute information internally on their end. But it was workable.
I wasn't a fan of the timesheet system because I had trouble with my password every week, but again, it wasn't a big deal, I got paid and that's what is important.
It would have been better if they had explained how to transition from a contract employee through Procom to a full time employee of the company I worked at because I was under the impression that I had to finish my contract with Procom, but apparently I did not need to finish my contract, and I could have applied to the company for a permanent position earlier. Oh well, again it all worked out.
It was a contract job