Experis – Glendale, CA
1. Revise the requested architecture sent by the market designed by agency (in Windows as well as in LAMP technology) 2. Translate the market… Experis
Experis – Pasadena, CA
Manages one or more medium to large sized projects with moderate complexity at multiple sites or manages a medium sized piece of a larger program… Experis
Experis – Pasadena, CA
Experience in ASP.NET MVC Experience in Google Angular Experience in Microsoft Web API Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer… Experis
Experis – Lomita, CA
Client in Pasadena, CA 100% on-site * Risk Management/Market Risk * SAS Risk Dimensions (mandatory) * Deep financial math/Modeling * Model… Experis
Experis – Santa Monica, CA
Will be doing front end development and helping more junior Android Developers Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer… Experis
Experis – Norwalk, CA
The key with this role is a experienced Manufacturing Engineer with at least 3 years' manufacturing experience and having hands on metal stamping and… Experis
Experis – Torrance, CA
Provide professional & technical oversight and guidance Perform project research, logistics and management, review plats… Experis
Experis – La Verne, CA
Provide Validation oversight review and approval of Production documentation, e.g. Master Batch Records (MBRs) and Standard Operating Procedures… Experis
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I worked at Experis as a contractor (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Experis did a great job of finding my resume on the Internet and getting my foot in the door with a large company. They negotiated great pay for me. Very professional on-boarding process.
The company was dishonest with me. They told me that the job they were aligning me with would last more than a few months. It did not. After a few months, I was let go without an explanation from Experis. Luckily I had forged a relationship with my contact at the company who informed me it was a budgetary decision.
The health benefits are very expensive. It's better to go with government healthcare, especially considering that your stay with Experis will be very brief.
When I tried to get in touch with my Experis contact several times over the course of a few weeks, phone calls and emails were ignored. Like the previous review from the Applications Developer in Simi Valley says, they will drop you like a hot potato. Wham, bam, thank you ma'am.