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14 days ago


AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

• Daily deposits • Accounts payable • Accounts receivable • Assist with payroll data entry and processing • Quarterly budgeting • Check and invoice… AppleOne

23 hrs ago

Loan Processor – new

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

• Verify and examine information and accuracy of loan application and closing documents. • Interview loan applicants in order to obtain personal and… AppleOne

13 days ago

HR Assistant

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

might include: • Maintaining effective communication with HR Manager regarding the fulfillment of goals/objectives. • Administer and audit branch… AppleOne

5 days ago

Operations Processor

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

- Ability to file numerically or alphabetically. - Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment. - Ability to lift up to 35 pounds… AppleOne

23 hrs ago

Human Resources Generalist – new

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

, compensation, benefits, schedules, working conditions, or promotion opportunities. • Address employee relations issues, such as harassment… AppleOne

13 days ago

Front Desk/HR Assistant

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

• Heavy front desk coverage • Organizes and files new hire paperwork, I-9s, LOAs, and other sensitive documents in accordance with state and federal… AppleOne

8 days ago

Human Resource Associate

AppleOne Minneapolis, MN

- Compiles and maintains personnel records - Compiles data from personnel records - Distributes policy and procedure manuals If interested, Please… AppleOne

23 hrs ago

Accountant – new

AppleOne Minnetonka, MN +2 locations

- Advice CEO on all financial matters as well as assist CEO in making major financial decision - To make decisions regarding financial matters where… AppleOne

23 hrs ago

Customer Service – new

AppleOne Eden Prairie, MN

-Needs to work well with a team (group of 12) -Data Entry, paperwork prepping -Inbound phone calls 35-65 per day -Need to connect with caller… AppleOne

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    Overall very disappointing.

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    Current Employee - Merchandise Remodel Coordinator in Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Merchandise Remodel Coordinator in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at AppleOne full-time (less than a year)


    AppleOne found me a contract job that wasn't great but got me into a company that I love so I accepted. In the beginning, before my contract began, my agent was very friendly and seemed to be putting a lot of effort into finding contract positions for me.


    As soon as I signed the contract, I never heard from my agent again unless I emailed and called multiple times first. Even when I did finally get ahold of her it usually led to a game of telephone and unanswered questions.

    Before my contract began, I asked my agent upfront if they would be taking money out of my paychecks and the answer was a resounding "no"--an answer that I later found out was an outright lie as I found out they are currently taking four dollars out of the hourly rate my company pays me for the work that I do.

    Lastly, and possibly most frustrating, AppleOne does not advocate for raises for its employees. I have seen multiple raises for contractors from agencies including The Mergis Group and Kelly Mitchell for contractors working alongside me in identical contracts who are not being reviewed on performance, simply receiving raises for getting their contracts extended. When I called AppleOne to inquire about this difference in agencies, the only response I was given was that it is not "their policy" to ask for raises--even after my contract had been extended. They then tried to scare me out of speaking up to my supervisor at my job and turned the blame on me saying that I must not be working hard enough (which is not true according to my supervisor and also unrelated due to the fact that the company I work for has a flat rate across the board with contractors so the raise is dependent on the descretion of AppleOne). When I asked for documentation proving that my company had not raised the flat rate for contractors to find out whether or not AppleOne had just been pocketing the difference, I was told that it was again "not their policy" to share that information.

    Being a contractor can be a great learning experience, but do your research before signing on with an agency like AppleOne or you might find yourself boxed into a immobile position like the one I am battling now. My advice is to know the facts and bring up these hard questions in your initial interview.

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    Implement more transparency in your business (specifically your base and mid-level employees) and really step back and learn from other agencies on how to approach raise negotiations and contractor relationship maintenance.

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