contractor (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – December 1, 2018
I was never given any information about benefits. I found out about the benefit I was entitled two months after my contract. I contacted their Human Resources and was told that I am not eligible after 30 days and there is nothing they could do.
Help Desk tier III (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, Fl – January 14, 2019
I was led to believe that this contract would go permanent for the sole purpose to help me make my decision to work for this role. Weeks before I was to role permanent I was even given a rollover date in writing. This is shady and unprofessional. When I spoke to this recruitment lead he tried to make this issue about me and not the false expectations he set before we even took the position. The recruitment lead for this role and many others in the Jacksonville area lied to me and 3 others( 3 of 4 have quit this role). This would in most cases be considered Breach of Contract. I would not have taken this role if there weren't the level of expectations set by the RHT representative. I will never work for RHT as long is this rep works for them. As a small token they gave me (not any of the others) paid 2 day vacation, a spit in the face when considering that my family would have been taken care of by me rolling permanent.
Desktop Technician (Former Employee) – Ventura, CA – January 4, 2019
I was given short-term and temporary assignments that could last for only one day, one month, and then given my current Help Desk Analyst position for 6 months. I created great rapport with multiple employers will working with Robert Half Technology Staffing.
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 30, 2018
I had a great career here. I was able to do everything I wanted to do and feel grateful for the experience. Getting set up for success is tough. No one really is here. You have to figure things out on your own, or at least I had to and most of my colleagues did as well. We have gotten better with training but we still have plenty of managers who are swamped and have no time to train their people. We need to change the model and look at freeing up more of the managers' time so they can train, grow and lead their people.
not a lot of work life balance, especially starting out
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 30, 2018
A day-to-day working environment that allows you to be productive and creative. Provides knowledge and support to business and system partners through gathering process development, change management, and business analysis that gives a person the tools to exceed into a leadership role.
Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA 90502 – December 27, 2018
This was contract work where the entire company was upgrading all hardware. Which consist of HDD ghosting, cabling, and server upgrades. This was a very good enviroment to work and the people who there are nice.
Quality Control eDiscovery Technician (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 8, 2018
Very team oriented but you do not have to speak with the team directly. Freedom of break time helped to create a very laid back energy even though we worked hard to get the client exactly what they wanted.
L2 DSS Analyst/Technician (Contractor for ALG) (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – December 6, 2018
Our group was nice to work with and we collaborated efficiently. We were given tools and access to admin rights to perform our job. I loved my job while I was there. Was carried over under Denali Advanced Integration.
Salaried Professional (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 30, 2018
In my position as a software developer I had autonomy to pursue solutions for our clients and was provided the support by my team at RHT to successfully complete our mission. RHT provided a good benefit package while also being somewhat competitive with salary. The culture was great when we were able to meet our fellow colleagues and share our experiences.
Desktop Support Specialist (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 19, 2018
Robert Half Technology has lots of job placements for candidates seeking employment and I was placed on both short and long term contracts in many workplaces so I had the pleasure of working in a variety of work environments.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Denver Colorado – November 18, 2018
Recruiters seek past employment history, credit history and background check. They don't care about the truth. They are woefully unskilled at finding employees with values and the ability to treat others as they wish to be treated.
They would always bring in way too many people for the job and the customer would send people home early. Or the job would be completed way ahead of time when the contractor could have accepted a better contract for a longer time.
Pay was okay
Recruiters lack any skills at finding good employees and only judging them for their past.
t1 support for creditcard processing (Former Employee) – Lindon, UT – November 13, 2018
worked as a temp, Worked on the alcelerated pay credit card processing. Updated creditcard servers and clients for merchants to be pci complient. I contacted clients over the phone and set up times that we can do the updates.