Vitamin T
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About the company

  • CEO
    John Chuang
  • Founded
    2011
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
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Rating is calculated based on 23 reviews and is evolving.

2.3320183.002019

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Program Manager (Consultant) in San Jose, CA
on August 10, 2016
Great agency that really supports its team members
Each contract I have had with Vitamin T has been great. I love how they really support their team members as they work for the Vitamin T clients.
Orange County Market Manager in Orange County, CA
on May 23, 2019
High turn over, management is poor from the Higher level executives. The company motto and atmosphere does not match the management or level of support given.
Market Manager, Business Development in Philadelphia, PA
on April 8, 2019
Please see above. Revolving door because of constant change that makes internal processes impossible. Also, focus on secondary markets is flaky at best.
Software Engineer in New York, NY
on September 3, 2018
I found an interesting gig in publishing through this tech company. If you are proactive with your job hunting preparation, you will find steady work.
UX/UX DESIGNER in Philadelphia, PA
on August 9, 2018
Good starter space but not to much advancement nor opportunities. It is a good start but not for a season professional nor anyone looking to make this career path a long term thing. It is mostly for a couple quick jobs while looking for something long term.
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