Technical Recruiter (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – March 28, 2017
Laid back environment, nice employees, very helpful. Got along well with everyone, lots of room for advancement. Wish I could stay here and move up in my position but I had previous plans to relocate after college.
Welder (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – June 6, 2018
Your typical multicraft Staffing Company that wants to pay you bottom-of-the-barrel wages. The people at the office are nice. But they have no idea about Construction or anything remotely having to do with blue collar work. The job wasn't bad or anything. It was actually a fairly good job. Besides the fact that me and the foreman were the only one who spoke English. Which is a definite safety hazard. Because communication is critical when your lifting thousands of pounds of steel. The iron workers were wearing carpentry belts which leads me to question if they were really Ironworkers. Or potentially just lied themselves into a job.
I work as a government contractor in telecommunications. The job is great. I have learned installing of phones, which includes TDM and VoIP. I also learned installation and termination of cable (copper, fiber). I really enjoy it.
Tech USA is not for everyone. If you are ok with a company that offers you commission but makes it so its nearly impossible to get the commission then its the right job for you. The pay sucks and their is not many opportunities to increase it. The only people who are secure in the company regardless of what they do is management. Tech USA can make your life a very stressful one.
DSL Customer Service Tech (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – May 10, 2018
Was a Business Contracted with Qwest at the time, doing DSL customer service in technical support with Qwest Customers. It was a decent paying job with odd hours and lot of cue calls and angry customers.
Company failed to renew their contract with Qwest in AZ and everyone lost their jobs, so I was told.
Solder (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 5, 2018
A typical day of work was soldering What I learned was permanent employees felt threatened due to you knew a little more The management for the companies if worked where fair The work place culture was fast-pace and territorial The hardest part of the job was adjusting to different to view of instructions. The more enjoyable part of the job was having a 45 min lunch
adjusting to different companys rules and policies for different employees
Millwright worker (Current Employee) – Tennessee – March 12, 2018
Willing to teach you new things.Great pay, 75% of traveling. Shut down jobs. All different position from General Labor to Millwright worker. Good staffing company to work with. If you don't mind traveling
Assembler/Production (Current Employee) – Rosemont, IL – January 24, 2018
Job availability is always there for your matching skills.Also give employees chances for job options to changed.And they are bias to employees & employer. They are easy to talk to and a good listener.
Construction & Engineer Recruiter (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – December 18, 2017
Dynamic, results oriented, solution driven professional offering over 30 years of diversified experience in operations, management and program implementation on civil, commercial, residential and industrial construction.
Tier II DSL Network Help Desk Support Technician (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 25, 2017
The company was a nice company to work for a call center they only had one client and when they pulled the contract the company closed. The people were friendly they promoted a friendly work environment.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 19, 2017
I would recommend Tech USA to a friend. Typical Day - 8 hours Learned - some project management skills Workplace culture - was like any other office environment hardest part - N/A Enjoyable part - working with my Tech USA contacts
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 5, 2017
All this company cares about is them getting thier fee once they place you with a company that may or may not hire you. Tech USA does not vouch for you to get hired permanent and will give you the run around when questioning the status of your job position