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Contracting Firm that Follows Up, Returns Phone Calls

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Current Employee - Consultant  in  Tampa, FL
Current Employee - Consultant in Tampa, FL

I have been working at Experis as a contractor for less than a year

Pros

In these days of fly-by-night recruiters who are unprofessional, amateurish, and downright rude, this is a good, stable professional company for individuals who are looking for legitimate temporary contract positions. Have training site which is a good way to get light quick training to help transition into new job.

Cons

Limited benefits - contractor type package, more expensive than traditional. Did have issue with recruiter forgetting to follow-up for me on a very positive interview due to his disorganization; think I lost contract job because of this. However, gained similar position found by them a month later.

Recommends
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    QA Tester in Sioux Falls, SD

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - QA Tester  in  Sioux Falls, SD
    Current Employee - QA Tester in Sioux Falls, SD

    I have been working at Experis as a contractor for more than a year

    Pros

    It's a job. Gain some experience, but not enough to help your career. You get some money, but far far less than you would make for the same job in Minneapolis, Chicago, or even Omaha.

    Cons

    1. The Experis Manager is your real boss. He is the only one that can hire/fire you. Although, each team is different. Some have Citi Managers or Team Leads that act more like dictators than actual supervisors or managers.
    2. You will never get a raise, unless you are promoted to Team Lead. You can only be promoted if the current Team Lead leaves. Even Team Leads don't get raises. Experis has made this clear to the Team Leads and they make every one else aware of it. ( At least the good ones do. )
    3. The benefits suck, which is why they have a high turnover rate. And yes, this has been brought to the attention of the Experis Manager. He doesn't really care.
    4. Some advice: Always do the bare minimum. Going above and beyond will never get you anywhere in this job. The good Team Leads would agree on this one.
    5. I've been here around a year and have seen people fired within 2 days yet others fall asleep at their desk and manage to stay over 6 months. Experis doesn't seem to enforce the rules evenly.
    6. If you are smart you will quit right after hitting your 6 months because you have to wait 6 months for a Citi job if Experis hires you. Of course, Citi has their own issues and doesn't have any open jobs either. You only get Holiday pay after working for 1000 hours or about 6 months. You are only eligable for FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) after 2000 hours or about 1 year.
    Oh, and you don't get paid time off. Yet you are required to take a week off. Since Experis won't give PTO, this becomes mandatory unpaid time off for a week every year.
    7. Working with Citi kinda sucks. Communication is a major issue that Citi, nor Experis, seem to care about.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
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    Risk Advisory and Finance & Accounting Consulting

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Experis

    Pros

    Diversified global client consultant opportunities

    Cons

    Travel at times can be extensive

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