AppleOne – San Jose, CA
Terrific opportunity for a professional individual ready to move ahead in a great career. As a accountant for this growing, well-known, dynamic… AppleOne
AppleOne – Newark, CA
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AppleOne – Fremont, CA
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AppleOne – Fremont, CA
Immediate need for senior accountant. This Senior Accountant Position Features: • Great Company • Excellent Benefits • Growth Opportunity • Great Pay… AppleOne
AppleOne – Hayward, CA
AppleOne is a full-service staffing agency. We offer benefit to our employees. Please apply for this position… AppleOne
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I worked at AppleOne full-time (more than an year)Pros
*Spend 1 year to 18 months max working here. You can use the experience and transfer it to Recruiting (for a good corporate company), Admin support, Marketing, Sales, Account Management, Project Management.
*Learn how to interview people (this helps when you're on the other side as a candidate because you are able to learn the language of interviewing well)Cons
While I worked here as an entry level recruiter I felt like a pimp. The trainers try to spin it like you're helping people, but you're actually exploiting them while they are at their most vulnerable. Here's how:
1.Ask candidates where they applied and who they interviewed with. Contact that company and try to push your way into getting a req
2. If a candidate is hired as a temp you cut into their pay. For example, for a candidate who earns $10 hourly Appleone is billing the client+$30.00 hourly.
3. Contact candidate references under the guise of checking references, really though the purpose is not to learn more about the candidate. The purpose of refernce checking is to try to "flip" the call into a sale.
The owner, Bernie fits the description of a slimy salesmen, and he's proud of it. Offices are run down - old equipment, low base salaries, expensive benefits (no 401k matching). When Bernie visits offices he encourages Receuiters to MANIPULATE
example: "Oh, was it Jane Doe that interviewed you?" The idea is to make up a name so that the candidate will say "No actually ----- interviewed me"Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO