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JOHNLEONARD Jobs in Norwood, MA

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16 days ago

Staffing Consultant

Johnleonard Boston, MA

- Identify, interview, and evaluate quality candidates - Market candidate skills and experience to organizations ensuring the best match - Use all… jobsradar.com

28 days ago

Contracts Administrator

Johnleonard Boston, MA

* Assisting attorneys in advising Client Services group in the context of client on-boarding and maintenance * Preparing, drafting and negotiating… jobsradar.com



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    The women working in the temp department are wonderful. They regularly keep in touch with me regarding opportunities, and they're all very pleasant on the phone. They've gotten me numerous gigs ranging from one day to six months. Usually very responsive to calls and/or emails. I also really love that they're so woman-friendly, and so much of the staff is women (And I believe it's a woman-owned business, as well).


    Their pay is really, really low. Even their direct hire openings are almost always way under the average range for a position. A personal con for me is how focused they are on finance and legal positions; two fields I have no interest in and are very difficult to interview for. Sometimes they're not as responsive as they could be, and it's almost always when a crucial opening has shown up. I asked a consultant there to introduce me to a contact for a job I was very, very interested in and she said she would, but never got back to me, and ignored emails afterward regarding it. I've also been pretty underwhelmed with their direct hire department. I've only been contacted by my consultant there once in over two years, and every other time we've spoken it's because I pursued him. Like the temp department, every time I found a job I was VERY interested in and asked for their help with, suddenly they were unreachable.

    Advice to Management

    I know you have a lot of people to keep track of, but not hearing back about something important is very frustrating and disheartening, especially when a word from a recruiter could be the extra nudge you need to get noticed.

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