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“Poor leadership, negative and demanding culture, no opportunity for professional development & dated technology ”
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I worked at PrincetonOne full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
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I joined PrincetonOne RPO several years ago, at a time when the company was known as a leader in the staffing industry. They truly cared about their employees, providing ongoing training, new career paths and unique incentives. Employees had a voice, and were excited to share new ideas that positively impacted the organization. Over the past few years the management team has changed for the worst, drastically impacting what was once a positive, creative and fun atmosphere. The current leadership team micromanages and operates on a no tolerance policy, meaning that there is no room to learn from mistakes and develop professionally. The culture is extremely demanding and prevents employees from openly sharing new ideas.
As the cost of living increases, the pay rate for RPO employees remains below market average. Annual reviews and merit increases cease to exist, and bonuses are unattainable. The leadership team is aware of the problem but turns a cheek as talented employees with an average of 3-5+ years’ tenure leave for better opportunities.
While similar RPOs are thriving, the PrincetonOne RPO division is struggling to stay afloat. HRO Today included PrincetonOne RPO in only one category out of eight in 2014. This category was for Mid-Market Leaders, and they ranked 8/9. PrincetonOne RPO’s specialty is Healthcare, which is a category that they were not considered for. The staffing industry continues to evolve, yet PrincetonOne RPO lacks the ability to remain current on new technology and industry trends, and places no value on employees.Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook