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17 days ago

Web UX Content Writer

Aquent Boston, MA

We deliver talent that make a difference to your organization. Our contract and contract-to-hire staffing services allow companies to add technical… Aquent

30+ days ago

Python/Django Development Lead

Aquent Boston, MA

Why work for Aquent? - Great company culture. Our commitment to personal growth, creativity, and continual learning is one of our core values… Aquent

18 days ago

Director of Enterprise Relationships


will include, but are not limited to: Assuring that Aquent's capabilities, plans, and programs are continually synthesiz… Experteer

8 days ago

Director of Benefits


Director of Benefits Boston, MA Back to search results About this role Aquent, the industry's largest design and marketing staffing firm, has been… Experteer

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Aquent Co-Founder and CEO John H. Chuang
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    Good place to work, but management needs a BIG wake up call..

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    Current Employee - Agent/Recruiter in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Agent/Recruiter in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Aquent full-time (more than an year)


    Good benefits, base pay is good in comparison to other "staffing" agencies I've worked for.


    There are so many meetings and "initiatives" management thinks will help us make more money. In fact, they are taking us away from doing our jobs. There is a constant pressure to hit specified metrics for the initiatives, rather than focus on the core of our jobs - talking to and submitting people for roles we have open.

    I realize all companies have their "Cons", however, I can say I have never worked as a recruiter in a staffing firm where I've had to do SO MUCH busy work, ON TOP OF my "core job" - recruiting.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Talk to your staff before implementing new initiatives. Be realistic about expectations - we can't sit in meetings all week and still be expected to be productive at our jobs.

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