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6 days ago

Director of Financial Operations

Aerotek Hanover, MD

The Director of Financial Operations is the lead corporate partner in strategic sales leadership and is responsible for partnering with leadership to… Aerotek

5 days ago

Proposal Writer

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The proposal writer will be responsible for preparing high-quality, client-focused proposals and presentations. The proposal writer will work closely… Aerotek Corporate

12 days ago

Background Compliance Analyst

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

* Communicate applicant eligibility to field office points of contact. * Educate and reinforce the company's background investigation policies and… Aerotek Corporate

12 days ago

Finance Operations Manager

Aerotek Corporate Hanover, MD

The Finance Operations Manager / Regional Controller (RC) is responsible for understanding the nuances of each division / vertical / market in order… Aerotek Corporate

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    Micromanagement, poor management

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    Former Employee - Recruiter in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Recruiter in Washington, DC

    I worked at Aerotek


    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 ManagementAdvice

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

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

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