Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – June 21, 2018
I really enjoyed the work at this job since it was a engineering based entry level position. I did excellent for the first week and learned about 75% of what needed to be done on the job, which would typically take other people more than a month to learn.
The problem is that the Trainers are not trained to be professional and treat other new employees with respect.
These types of jobs are hands on jobs and since the rate of production and quality of work is important to the company when product needs to be pushed, it is all hands on deck and things are hectic. But, that is not really a problem if you enjoy the work and understand high volume production times.
The problem is when your trainer wants to do all the work and not let you learn by doing so that you can independently do work and become part of the team effort.
I got along with the other engineers and staff at this company and did not want to leave, but my trainer was horrible.
2 Lunches, Several Breaks, Paid Time Off, Healthcare after Perm Hire, Career Advancement
Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – March 15, 2018
Be aware if you are a good worker it will be taken advantage of and not appreciated. Being verbally abused and physically abused is typical but not every day though. Management isn't very helpful, they say they are a phone call away but don't answer their phones. The professionalism is very lacking. Be prepared to work over your shift, some staff are not very reliable.
payroll isn't always accurate, working lunch, no breaks, can get stuck working past your shift
MEDICAL & BUSINESS PROFIT RECOVERY CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Greater Grand Rapids Area – February 20, 2018
Mornings would make sales calls and do presentations from 8 to 12. In the Afternoon I would hit the streets and do more prospecting and selling. The best thing about this job was being able to work directly with Doctors, Dentists, and Business on they're AR. The toughest challenge was also helping with they're AR. The outcome was always worth it though.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – January 5, 2018
TSI is not unlike any other staffing agency or service. They provide staffing services to companies that solicit their service based on the needs they have and the availability of qualified or suitable personnel.
Levy Processor (Current Employee) – Augusta, ME – November 15, 2017
day at work is collections, it is not a place for anyone that is family oriented as this company has a point system as all companies should only thing is it doesn't matter what you need time for your points will accumulate no matter what is going on. They do have benefits - not bad but health care is never perfect. I have been there for quite sometime and have definitely had my ups and downs but no place right now is paying what I get paid and the job I do, I do well. but still continue to look as there is no room for advancement if your not their type.