TeamBradley Jobs & Careers in Chicago, IL

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2 days ago

Help Desk Manager – new

TeamBradley Chicago, IL

• Work directly with users and vendors and establish trusted relationships. • Contribute to identifying and selecting technologies to improves… Jobg8


2 days ago

C#.NET Software Engineer – new

TeamBradley Downers Grove, IL

• Program and unit test code based upon design sessions involving internal software users, customer-reported issues and input from various teams… Jobg8


6 days ago

Software QA Engineer

TeamBradley Downers Grove, IL

• Assist in all phases required for a single software project or change; the planning, integration, Scripting, execution of all testing • Develop… Jobg8


4 days ago

Senior Vendor Management Analyst

TeamBradley Northbrook, IL

• Review vendor contracts and look for ways to minimize cost and improve the value the organization receives. • Manage the evaluation, selection… Jobg8


TeamBradley Reviews

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Richard Bradley
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    Do you want a job? They'll use excuses to not help you.

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    Former Employee - IT Worker  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - IT Worker in Chicago, IL

    I worked at TeamBradley full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    I cannot list any pros.

    Cons

    Interviewed with them and all was going well until the topic of salary history comes up. I politely decline to give that information out, and said I am very flexible on salary. They then continued to give me a hard time, being very unprofessional demanding I disclose this information, trying all kinds of psychological guilt trips, and other manipulation tactics.

    I replied that I don't want my previous salary to be used against me as a reason to reject me. They said they won't work with me because I'm being uncooperative.

    It is clear they are being paid by companies to perform a job search for jobs that are not open. They are paid by companies to tell them "We're sorry, we tried to find qualified and willing candidates for your job but we can't find them, so go ahead and hire your H1B visa holder"

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actually HELP people get jobs. Stop making excuses to not help people get jobs. Stop taking money for nonjobs. A working relationship is a two way street, not your way or the highway.

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