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Pros – There were honest about the position. If they wouldn't have a high turn over of employees I would still be working for them
Cons – There was no communication when a person needed to take a day off or appointments.
Advice to Senior Management – Get more contracts paying a decent pay rate. Just bcz Seattle changed their ay rate to $15.00/hr does not mean a person with experience still has to work for $15.00
Pros – Easy online billing, offer limited health insurance options to contractors, smooth day-to-day operations and dealing with ordinary business issues, timely payments
Cons – Not really responsive or efficient when resolving non-standard queries, health insurance has poor coverage and is overpriced, compensation just at the market average or a bit lower
Advice to Senior Management – Would be nice to hire more efficient and enthusiastic employees for improved service quality and look into better insurance options
Pros – I enjoyed working my with my emploiyees and helping them to grow everyday whether it was in their job or whether I just needed to be a ear to listen.
Cons – Some of the challenges that I ran across as the time went along was that the responsibility grew as more assignments were handed over to the staffing agency and the company didn't compensate the supervisors to keep up with the additional duties.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – I had a very challenging opportunity, which allowed me to break new ground, using my own creativity.
Cons – Short sited management, concerning new market oportunities
Advice to Senior Management – Less focus upon metric and reporting; very time consuming
Pros – benefits, work-life balance, easy access to personal information for pay.
Cons – needs to follow through with clients on what their job description is.
Advice to Senior Management – communicate with employees on client's expectations and job descriptions.
Pros – Work duties were easily picked up because of my previous Admin/Customer Service experience at Qwest Communications.
Cons – At DEXONE the office was very competitive and the initial training was done by manager Jeremy Packer at DexOne while subsequent training was shared from my peers. All of my co-workers had family refer them to the position, so advancement was rather difficult for me to attain.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Salary was on par with industry average.
Cons – Running as lean as they can. Office had a budget headcount for 2 recruiters, I was there 9 months alone - Branch Manager was absentee - showed up maybe 6-8 days a month.
Could not even get an admin to assist with filing and data entry, was expected to do 5 interviews per day and all of the associated background, verifications and data entry; while still making 75 sales contacts per week and filling an average of 8-12 job orders per week.
As I asked for help, it was promised, but never delivered. When I started to fall behind on admin work, I was counseled. I again asked for help, asked if I could talk to/train with another recruiter who was meeting these expectations and told no one was - the metrics were set KNOWING that they were unattainable.
Advice to Senior Management – Lose the 'Burn them Out" attitude and culture. It's clear to employees after a couple of months that there is no meeting the metrics, and that they were set to be able to push employees, while reserving the right to terminate for not meeting them.
Set realistic operational goals, and staff branch offices accordingly. If an office is only one person, acting as receptionist, recruiter and sales, don't expect all three jobs to be done 100% every week. Any person putting out 2-300% is only going to last so long...
Pros – During my time at Advantage, I had few lapses in employment, and was often offered a couple jobs to choose from when it was time for a new assignment.
Cons – There were no cons in my case.
Advice to Senior Management – Keep up the good work.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – They helped me with making changes to my resume
Cons – They asked me for referrals and then gave the interview i was supposed to get to the person I referred to them.
Advice to Senior Management – Do not give the position to someone the original candidate referred.
Pros – Pat Pierson was wonderful to work with! She was always helpful and new the local market well.
Cons – Many jobs were short term/part time contracts with low pay and there weren't nearly enough of them available
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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