- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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I have nothing but great things to say about Odesus! I left another IT staffing company where the employees weren't treated fairly, the base pay was very low, and recruiters had to compete with each other to make placements. My time at Odesus has been the complete opposite. All the Account Executives have great client relationships and they are all willing to help in anyway to help you succeed. The CEO and upper management are all understanding of work/life balance and they don't mind listening to any input or recommendations you might have. The office space is nice and big and the snack bar is not to shabby either! All of the recruiters bring a different element to the company and we all get along. I am looking forward in the future here at odesus.
My commute is not the greatest and traffic gets really congested almost all day around the 405 fwy and Wilshire Blvd. area but I make it work and management is flexible with work schedule.
Advice to Management
Only advice I have is keep the lines of communication between operations, management, and recruiters open.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Odesus (Los Angeles, CA).
I was contracted by a recruiter who found me on LinkedIn. I had been working FT for a competitor at the time and I was not really looking for a new position but I was willing to listen to what the recruiter had to say about the opportunity and the company. I was not very happy at my current job and I agreed to have my resume submitted to the CEO of the company. That same day the CEO requested me for a face to face interview. The interview was scheduled a few days later to meet 1 on 1 with the CEO and President. The interview lasted about an hour and I felt good about all my answers to any questions that were asked. That same day, the offer was made.
- Most of the questions asked were about my experience at my last job and what kind of positions and what clients I recruited for. He also asked about my personal life, hobbies, and what I like to do in my spare time. 1 Answer
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