Culver Personnel Services

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Culver Personnel Services full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The people and company culture was great, really. Uncapped earning potential and you learn a lot from recruiting people into other companies about what the real world is like out there- what companies are good to work for and what aren't and why. Stick to it long enough to ramp up and you'll be able to run your desk like your own business. I worked there for several years and made between 35K up to over 100K on a strong year. Be prepared that this kind of work is sometimes feast, sometimes famine. It's not a salaried job but it can be a fun one and I do have good memories there.

    Cons

    You can't just roll in and not care about this work. You have to really want to achieve. I found it interesting and challenging enough to keep me going. Remember recruiting and headhunting still involves sales, so if you have no interest in that, don't try.

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    Upper management was strong when I was there- assume it still is. VP and C-level people were excellent and approachable. I had several different managers who were awesome- the kind of persons you'd almost lay on a train track for. However some office managers I felt just weren't great individual producers so went the management route to get money off their reps closing contracts. This was OK so long as they weren't in my way and I got all the support I ever needed from higher management when I needed more room. Advice: Thanks for listening to your employees and respecting their potential.

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