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7 days ago

Temporary Compliance Assistant

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Aerotek, headquartered in Hanover, Md., is a leading provider of technical… Staffing Feed


5 days ago

Accounts Payable Associate

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Regional contact responsible for all payable, spending inquiries for an operating company. Aerotek Job Tasks: * Audit and process vendor… Staffing Feed


8 days ago

Accounts Receivable Associate

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Accounts Receivable Associate (ARA) is responsible for ensuring the highest level of customer service, to external customers as well as corporate… Staffing Feed


6 days ago

Digital Online Marketing Specialist

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Through analysis of web analytics data, continually identify potential content areas for improvement: website, landing pages, forms, messaging… Staffing Feed


11 days ago

Workers Compensation Compliance Supervisor

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Will preserve company assets via management of Workers Compensation claims, as well as develop design and implementation of procedures, processes… Staffing Feed


6 days ago

Global Brand Manager

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Global Brand Manager will be responsible for defining and driving a global brand strategy for Aerotek and its house of brands (Stephen James and… Staffing Feed


21 hrs ago

Business Operations Associate – new

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Business Operations Associate (BOA) is responsible for ensuring the highest level of customer service, to external customers as well as corporate… Staffing Feed


5 days ago

Senior Payroll Specialist

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Reporting to the Payroll Supervisor, the Senior Payroll Specialist supports the pre and post audit of payroll taxation and payroll compliance for… Staffing Feed


4 days ago

Finance Manager

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Finance Manager / Regional Controller (RC) is responsible for understanding the nuances of each division / vertical / market in order to… Staffing Feed


6 days ago

Manager of Operations Support

Aerotek Hanover, MD

They will also look at the financial status of the region and make recommendations to senior management on ways to become more profitable, by… Staffing Feed


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    Former Employee - Business Operations Associate  in  Hanover, MD
    Former Employee - Business Operations Associate in Hanover, MD

    I worked at Aerotek full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Working in the corporate office can be a decent job right out of college. The pay is fairly low but if you take your job seriously you'll really drill home the importance of attention to detail and completing your tasks in a timely manner that will help set you up for your next endeavor.

    Cons

    There aren't a lot of career paths in this company when you start as a BOA and you're not moving up unless you're part of the clique. If you haven't made friends with the right people within 6 months you'll want to resign yourself to the fact that you won't be furthering your career unless you go elsewhere.Aerotek ends up losing quite a few good people because of these issues with career advancement. In addition, you're micromanaged. When you first start it doesn't seem like much but once you start to show you know what you're doing the rules and policies in place make less and less sense. Unfortunately that micro-management tends to lead to a lot of work being made up by dishonest employees afraid they won't get their full bonus.

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    You do a great job training your employees but take a look at how you can better identify promising employees and move them into roles that take advantage of the skills they have developed (that might not be the career path you have in mind for this position). Also, the micro-management helps train your employees but at some point you need to allow your employees to do what they get paid to do.

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