Pros – They are very good company to with.
Cons – Don't have enough hours but the staff was was nice.
Advice to Senior Management – Don't hire too many staff.
– I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Staff is always available to answer questions, address problems, and give updates. Work is consistent, pay is weekly and on time, decent benefits offered through agency, and very modern approach, outside of initial interview all contact is through phone and all information is online.
Cons – Pay rates are somewhat low, most companies don't want to pay extra when you work more than the agreed hours.
Advice to Senior Management – I have had no problems with management.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – To make some pocket money to be able to help pay bills and buy food, keep up skills while trying to look for a permanent job.
Cons – Low hourly rates, assignments in bad neighborhoods, very few assignments, very little advance notice of assignments, very stressful to find the locations of the assignments.
Advice to Senior Management – Should pay better rates.
Pros – Schedule is very flexible. Gives freedom to pursue other oppurtunities
Cons – Assignments do not expose me to challanging business oppurtunities
“Once you sign the contract. Compuforce forgets about you. they will not return e-mails or phone calls.”
Pros – There biggest contract is with the United Nations.
Cons – Once you sign the contract. Compuforce forgets about you. they will not return e-mails or phone calls. Unless you tell them you leaving the company. There is no real HR person to answer your questions.
Advice to Senior Management – Tried to communicated with your employee at least once a week. Provide some kind of training to keep up wtih the real world technology.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend