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HL7 Business Systems Sr. Analyst

ettain group Plano, TX

• Good Conceptual Modeling Skills to engage stakeholders in more meaningful dialog and decompose the Abstract into Details • Advise management and… CareerBuilder

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IT Business Analyst

ettain group Charlotte, NC

IT Business AnalystIT… Agile development environment Job Requirements- IT Business CareerBuilder

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JDEdwards Procurement Business Systems Analyst

ettain group The Woodlands, TX

• Business Systems Analyst with actively participate in the development and maintenance of interfaces to other applications utilized by the… CareerBuilder

Ettain Group Reviews

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Jeff Harris
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    Excellent Training to take somewhere else

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    Former Employee - Resource Specialist  in  Jacksonville, FL
    Former Employee - Resource Specialist in Jacksonville, FL

    I worked at Ettain Group full-time for more than a year


    The training is awesome and pretty much beats any other staffing agencies training program. Its a fun work environment with really nice young people. You get a good taste of the staffing industry and if it is for you or not. Excellent upward mobility if you want to move into an Account Management or Sales role. You know the CEO, VPS and meet the high level decision makers. The corporate office in Charlotte is a really fun place to be/work but if you aren't in that or the Nashville office your experience will be very different and always "on the outside looking in". They offer some pretty good incentives and trips. You know exactly what is expected of you.


    They have an extremely outdated philosophy of recruiting, bring anyone into the office who will talk to you outlook. Which is pretty much necessary to meet weekly goals that are easy to achieve but a complete waste of time. Why meet 10 people a week if you most likely wont have a job for them? That IS NOT providing value to anyone. In my experience there the biggest issue was the lack of business the sales team brought in for recruiters to actually work on. Salaries are very low for recruiters and the company is a revolving door once people realize they can make more money somewhere else. They love selling the "Kool Aid" on how great the company is and the people that buy into that are the people that move up. Your job there isn't really recruiting its bringing in the tech market to raise awareness of the ettain brand.

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    Don't waste recruiter's time "pipelining" for jobs they will never have the opportunity to fill, instead have recruiters spend time finding new ways to attract the right candidate for an actual job. Get a "recruiting manager" that has fresh ideas and is more concerned with helping recruiters grow than meeting metrics to meet metrics. Hire BDM's with Sales experience in the staffing industry instead of only promoting recruiters who don't have the relationships.

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