Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 17, 2018
The management at RH were amazing. i worked through them for an Austin company called a Apogee doing some laid back fun IT/ customer service work. great communication between the temp service and the client as well as feed back to temp employees.
Senior IT Audit Consultant (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – April 6, 2018
If you are looking for contract work, Robert Half is a good bet. They usually contract for accounting and audit; not so much IT. Compensation is on an hourly rate, so obviously there are benefits, bonus or health care.
Division Director - Consulting Services (Former Employee) – Saddle Brook, NJ – March 19, 2018
This workflow shows how we answer the question: "Which product do we build?" It shows the path from validating solution (Value Sprint) to designing the product with customer in mind (Design Sprint) and, finally, creating the technology platform by defining architecture, data modeling, and tooling for the proposed solution (Foundation Sprint.). Once this is completed, the teams start sprinting (see InRhythm Scrum Framework). Hover over Tap any point below to view more information about our process.
Senior Recruiting Manager (Former Employee) – Geln Allen, va – March 11, 2018
Management was not organized and didn't have a real game plan for success. As long as you are bringing in money for the company you are great but, once something falls through, you are no longer welcome. Would not recommend this company for anyone to work there or use as a firm to recruit.
BI Consultant (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 6, 2018
They helped me pitch myself to clients at a higher rate then I had before. I was able to learn new skills, like SSIS and reuse my C# experience. The client had a laidback culture, which was good for me.
During this time, the job market was slim for technology and not many positions were available given my expertise. If the employment environment was more suited for my abilities, the experience may have been better.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Florida – March 1, 2018
Robert Half is a very fast-paced, cut-throat sales environment. You either succeed quickly, or fail quickly. There is good opportunity to make money if you are persistent and driven, in addition to a bit lucky. Coworkers are fantastic and the culture is amazing.
Great people, sinsitive to time off
cut throast sales environemnt with very high turnover
IT Consultant (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 27, 2018
My experience with Robert Half was not a typical temporary agency. I had to apply several times before they were able to get me any work. When they found me work, it was a job that required to work very long hours throughout the evening. I learned how to repair computers, replace LCD screens on tablets, replace hard drives, memory, motherboards, and power supplies. The hardest part of the job was the drive as I lived too far away from the warehouse. The most enjoyable part of the job was the quality of music they played during work hours.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – February 22, 2018
Typical day at work is calling on your multiple accounts. The role is very independent until you do something wrong. You will never be clear on procedures and is an environment where favoritism plays heavy vs. work ethic. Difficult to grow. Will sell you on the idea that you can be making so much money but in reality only upper management is making the money and does not focus on the heavy turnover. Most tenured person in the team was 6 months in. I do not recommend the technology team.
High exposure to staffing industry
Difficult to grow and poor management, high turnover
I do like being represented by Robert Half for both contract and permanent placement positions. My benefits ratings are down because they don't not provide anything above what one could find themselves on the open market, and also since my last position was for a contract there was no paid time off, but I was compensated accordingly in terms of hourly rate to still be competitive if I were to take similar time off in a normal salaried position.
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 12, 2018
Leveraged leads that are worked by the managers before being distributed to the recruiters. The problem with this is that the managers get first bite of any potential commission. They fill the easy roles and attempt to fill the difficult roles. Once their own efforts fail them, they then pass the job requisition down to the recruiters. Disgusting and discouraging.