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3 Reviews

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Cami Trueba
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    This company is "OK". No raises. Low bonuses. Picky - Really family - My office was religious. It hurt me.

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    Current Employee - Staffing Coordinator  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Staffing Coordinator in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at HRN Services full-time for less than a year


    Get to work alone a lot! Lots of time to yourself to do your work. You are typically left alone to close or open the office for 50% of your shift. Management is not on your back all of the time. Didn't have to butt heads on a daily basis. ! Lots of schedule flexibility and huge chunks of time off at a time. 10 Day work stretches. 10 hour days. I really liked working 5 days in 4! No cold calling - not the same as a recruiter. More or less manage the life of the per-diem RN when you're not recruiting. Opportunity to grow and "share" work with your co-workers, bonuses probably offered "in the family" to those who get along. See if you do -- -might work for you, this was not my culture.


    Problem is that if they just don't like you, they will single you out and remind you that you left a red mark in a place where there is supposed to be a green mark. It hurt me I felt -- colored! This is a clique environment. People really stick together. I sat alone at my desk during company parties and felt sort of "shamed" by my manager in front of others. I guess that they're all that way. I'm the wrong size, color and shape. They rudely called me in on 90 days and terminated me. I worked at lot of OT, seldom made mistakes and asked at my exit, "are you calling me the "N" word" and they're like, "no, somebody said that you were rude".

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    Don't want to know you, don't care.