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7 days ago

Process Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Mossville, IL

of this position are to work with suppliers to ensure that robust process controls are in place to prevent nonconformities, to continuously monitor… Staffing Feed

3 days ago

Test Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Milford, MI

Please email Allison at acorey@epitecinc.com with your updated resume to… Staffing Feed

14 days ago

Controls Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Warren, MI

If you are interested in this great opportunity, please send your updated resume to… Staffing Feed

1 day ago

Product Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Warren, MI

If you are interested, please send an email with your updated resume to acorey@epitecinc.com stating the position you are interested… Staffing Feed

14 days ago

Electrical Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Peoria, IL

Assignments support both new and non-current product design and are less complex than the work of Sr. SIEs. Service information products that are… Staffing Feed

11 days ago

Oracle DBA – easy apply

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking an Oracle DBA for a prestigious client in Dearborn, MI with 5+ years Oracle DBA experience, supporting Oracle 10g (Experience with Oracle 11g… Staffing Feed

14 days ago

Software Engineer – easy apply

Epitec Dearborn, MI

This systems position will be responsible for supporting and developing applications for real-time test systems, transaction pattern systems, data… Staffing Feed

1 day ago

Change Control Coordinator – easy apply

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Manage all aspects of change management for mainframe. Attend relevant Change Control Review meetings to discuss changes with cross-functional… Staffing Feed

3 days ago

Logistics Analyst – easy apply

Epitec Athens, GA

Research and investigate the design, functionality and maintenance of logistics equipment, systems, and processes throughout the facility. Research… Staffing Feed

11 days ago

Packaging Engineer – easy apply

Epitec East Peoria, IL

This position designs and develops packaging and containerization for material from the source of supply to the point of use, leveraging Global… Staffing Feed

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    Former Employee - "Genious Finder"  in  Southfield, MI
    Former Employee - "Genious Finder" in Southfield, MI

    I worked at Epitec full-time for less than a year


    Free food and it will make you VERY appreciative of your next job.


    First off, they just wrote below me about 5 reviews on May 12th. What are the chances that that many people reviewed them on May 12th? Those are obviously fake reviews which should show you how ethical this company is.

    I actually did well at Epitec and got placements. I even got one when I was training.. It was pretty unfortunate that the person who was training us actually made the commission on it. They have you "fake source" while training and then they (management) uses the candidates you round up for real jobs and they make commission on them when you could use those candidates when you get out of training on your positions. They pull you in with all of these glamorous trips and prizes but you will notice the same 5 people win (these are the people making commission on your candidates). You will make friends here and then they will walk them out in front of the entire office when they aren't making numbers by the third week and then management will laugh about it. They micromanage you the entire time by sitting behind you (literally in your cubicle) to monitor your performance or if you want to call and screen a candidate, they go sit in the room with you and listen to the call. As for contractors, do NOT contract with this company.. Go somewhere where you are valued and can make a career in your role and not a quick contract.

    This is not a fun working environment, the drinking and high school atmosphere gets old and even if you do well you will eventually want to get out and enter the "real world" and land a job where you can make good money with the education you worked hard for. My advice is go work for a company where you aren't afraid to put pictures on your desk in fear you will be packing them up next week.

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    Step out of high school and look at best practices at some local staffing firms that have a high retention rate for internal employees. You might even get more business from the industry this way. The industry knows of the reputation you have and it's not favorable.

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