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5 days ago

Temporary Data Entry Administrator

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Data Governance will work on a team, processing and resolving data inquiries. Inquiries are resolved by searching for and reviewing customer… Aerotek Corporate

6 days ago

Export Control and Compliance Officer

Aerotek Hanover, MD

The Export Control and Compliance Officer is responsible for the Export Control, Anti-Corruption and other Compliance of accounts that have specific… Aerotek

7 days ago

Business Operations Associate

Aerotek Hanover, MD

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

14 days ago

Credit Analyst

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

Reporting to the Corporate Credit Manager, the Credit Analyst is responsible for ensuring high quality accounts receivable. This is accomplished… Aerotek Corporate

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Aerotek President & CEO Todd Mohr
Todd Mohr
327 Ratings
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    Micromanagement, poor management

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    Former Employee - Recruiter in Washington, DC
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    Disclaimer: I was a top performer, averaging around 10K in spread for 9 months prior to leaving Nice foot in the door out of college Uncapped commission (tough to accomplish the high threshhold, though) Solid resources to identify candidates Awesome if you get in with the correct team (i.e., seasonsed sales rep w/ good territory)


    Ridiculous expectations Extreme micromanagement (20 "progress" meetings per week) Long, long hours (spent 30 minutes a day there just for face time) Non existent work/life balance Inexperienced and untrained managers Depending on where you are, DBO and Account Manager arrogance Roller coaster ride - good when its good, bad when it's bad Unpredictable product - people Popularity contest Need to really excel to make more than $70k from recruiting chair High attrition and internal turnover makes it hard to get comfortable Too political

    Advice to Management

    Don't only promote top performers - Promote people who can manage as well Calm down with the micromangement - have faith in who you hire

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