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30+ days ago

Immediate Requirement for Analyst - GE Centricity Business

Sunrise Systems Inc Salt Lake City, UT

Required Skills: • Overall Exp: 5 to 9 years • Client Site Client Centricity Business (aka. IDX Flowcast) Application Maintenance and Support… Net-Temps


21 days ago

Edifecs Developer

Sunrise Systems Inc Salt Lake City, UT

• 5 to 10 year's experience in Edifecs Tool set, Edifecs SpecBuilder, Edifecs MapBuilder, Edifecs Xengine, Edifecs XEngine Server, Edifecs… Net-Temps


30+ days ago

Data Management Specialist (HRIS)

Sunrise Systems Inc Salt Lake City, UT

• As a key member of the Data Management team, this role is responsible for resolving inquiries from employees, managers, and third parties related… Net-Temps


15 days ago

deals and events specialist

Sunrise Systems Inc Salt Lake City, UT

OF DUTIES: • Provide administrative support for Account Managers in submitting inventory to the various promotions. • Prepares and maintains… Net-Temps


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    Not a great contracting option.

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    Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Bloomington, MN
    Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Bloomington, MN

    I worked at Sunrise Systems as a contractor (less than a year)

    Pros

    They were helpful in prepping for the interview with the company. They seemed to be on point with what I needed to know and points I should touch on in the interview.

    Cons

    You are paid bi-monthly. The pay is delayed by two weeks, so you are not paid until a month after you start. They do not have offices in most states. Therefore, I never met any of the people I was dealing with during the recruitment process. Once I was contracted and working, they were completely out of contact. They did not answer phone calls and occasionally might answer an e-mail. And once the contract ended, they did not answer any phone calls or e-mails period. Perhaps this was an unusual experience, but even if it was, I felt I should share it.

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    Change to a weekly pay cycle. Have offices in the states where you employ people, or if you do not, at least answer phone calls and e-mails with questions more frequently. Be available for you contractors.

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