You receive money for referrals. However, the person you refer has to work many hours before you qualify for the referral money.
I was not an employee long enough to benefit from any potential benefits.
The best thing is that projects usually happen on a regular basis, so there isn't much downtime without pay. The worst thing is that since it's a contract position, there are no benefits and we have to pay for parking in downtown Charlotte.
Temp agency, good assignments and pay well but not for perm placement. No benefits, but good to fill gPs while looking for regular full time.
Flexible hours, potential to work weekends if wanted
As I understand it, Hire Counsel provides employees and their dependents access to Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) if they are currently working an assignment during the open enrollment period, which runs for a couple of weeks or so up through a deadline in mid-September each year.
401k offered never spoken of later. Also, no steady projects.
There are no benefits; I find this SOP for most temp agencies.
Too expensive to be worthwhile. Also, they tend to send you out on very short term contract assignments, which complicates the process of paying for health insurance, etc.
There is no official PTO, so if you take a day off you don't get paid. The insurance that you get is the minimal requirement so it basically covers birth control and a colonoscopy.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.