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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at The CSI Companies full-time (less than an year)Pros
Friendly staff. With an open floor plan you can sometimes hear conversations that recruiters have with potential candidates. It's refreshing to hear positive conversations that end in laughter.Cons
If on an hourly position, the timesheet process can be a tad bit frustrating. It's on real-time, and clocking in/out 4 times a day is a bit much. I recommend an iphone/android app to make the process easier.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I have worked at CSI roughly for 6 months. Relocating to a new state, there was a big apprehension on how my transition would be into a new work place. To my surprise it was a smooth and quite exciting transition. My coworkers, or then employees, were friendly, helpful and eager to add me to the team. Coming from a different background of work, I felt supported and even received guidance on any questions (small or big) that I had.
It’s a shame to read some of the reviews that have made CSI to be a “boys club.” I don’t get that vibe at all. Although everyone is entitled to their own opinion, I’m here to express that CSI is a very fun and professional place to work. They say you’ll come across a few exciting jobs in your lifetime that you will never forget and this place will definitely be added to my list. I’ve also had the pleasure to visit another office and their employees were just as friendly, greeting me with a smile. One of our favorite quotes at CSI is Work Hard. Play Hard. We definitely are about business and respect one another while getting the job done. But we also have a friendly side with open communication and no one should feel like an outcast.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at The CSI Companies.Interview Details
I was in Boston and looking for a new opportunity in Atlanta. A staff from Florida HQ contacted me regarding a conference interview over the phone. The interview went well, and I was contacted couple days later to ask if I could fly to Atlanta for a face-to-face interview.
Maybe it's just me such stupid to think that they asked you to fly to another state for an interview with a week notice means that they are going to hire you, for at least 90% sure. So I flew, with the ticket of over $400.
The face-to-face interview went well, I believed. I got an interview with three manager-level people. They were nice, did not make me feel nervous or awkward.
After the interview, I got a call from the HQ lady just a couple hours later. She told me the position is a temp-to-hire one, which was not informed or stated initially. After some explanation and negotiation, she told me that they agreed to hire me as a perm, and asked me to have another phone interview with a staff/manager from HQ. I talked to him.
And finally, I got a phone call from that lady again, inform me that, with everything I went through, they can't offer me the position. Reason? They didn't have the budget for that position anymore.
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From temporary staffing to executive searches… from long-term consulting to project based staffing… we craft flexible, targeted solutions to your staffing needs. Our clients range from Fortune 500 corporations and the nation’s most-respected health systems to emerging companies in our local markets.
Mission: The mission of The CSI Companies is to help our clients achieve their business objectives in the most productive and efficient manner possible, while aligning our job...