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Hedge Fund Accountant

Signature Consultants Boston, MA

• These companies operate on a "calendar year" and therefore these resources will be preparing these statements for a deadline of March. • Take… CareerBuilder

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Network Engineer

Signature Consultants Lowell, MA

will also include be designing, configuring, maintaining and troubleshooting a complex Cisco/Juniper environment. The ideal Network Engineer will be… CareerBuilder

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    Current Employee - Technical Recruiter in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Technical Recruiter in Boston, MA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I have been working at Signature Consultants full-time


    Sure, you'll make some friends. You'll blow their money on booze and food. If you're over coming an anorexic disorder work here bc you will put on weight.


    Look, this place is hell on earth. No matter where you work or which department you work in. You will hear the same story of the company 6 million times. You will hear about recontacting, and opportunity close to 5 million times. You will be paid 12-14 dollars an hour if you're coming in young. If you come in as an older person you'll get a little more money, but don't expect a raise (non producers). Management sucks! Banging your head on the wall is more intelligent than sitting in any meeting this company has. Conference calls? Oh yes, bc i love being on a 1 hour call with the first 25 mins telling stories about ones kids, drunken nights, or golf hole in ones. Decisions never, ever get made. You'll hear a lot about "reaching out", "picking up the phone", "friends first". The people running the show really do believe they are cooler than Beyonce and Jay-z. When you hear culture, you really hear CULTure. You're going to think this is the "best place ever" when they start having Happy Hours on Fridays! You've been warned, it will get to a point where you will be happy to pay for your booze to not be with these people after 5pm on a Friday. You're real friends will be the ones hating there lives right there with you you'll soon learn. Envision yourself working 7am-7pm? Welp, you will be. And you will still be brought into a small room and spoken to about you fundamentals. The anxiety you will get on a Sunday night knowing you have to go there on a Monday can fill an ocean. The funny part about this marvelously site called “Glass Door” is the CEO and big wigs read it daily. The tell people to write good reviews one a TRUE, HONEST review pops up! The funny part of this entire company is the higher up people don't know the magnitude of this. No department, or office is safe. On the services side you have people who have been there for years who are miserable. HR, have fun with the clique, that picture will be clear as glass when you see those alliances. Production side, the popular people are the leaders. They spend the most money, go out the most, and drink everyone under the table. Everyone is just so fake, but they really talk up this storm that they care so much about you. Even the admins, woof! Ask anyone who has been there for 4-5+ years how much the company has changed, they'll all say it. Also, look at the people who have been there their entire life, of course they love it. How can one hate something when they know no better? This company says they're the best, but saying one thing and doing a different is where you need to draw the line. The health insurance is horrible. They claim they don't micro manage, and that's a crock of crap. Bc hitting 50 calls, 10 inhouse, 25 moats, x amount of subs and meetings isn't. Ohhh yes, its called metrics, and you will be told this is Sig Math! Like Big bird on Sesame Street teaching 2 year olds their ABC. If you have gotten a deal anywhere else in your career by a different method get ready for one hell of a ride. You'll probably just get fired if you do it any other way than the right/Signature way. If you want to be a sales mans go into pharmaceutical sales, you'll be able to pay your bills with that job. If you do anything else do not work here. There is zero shot in finding any process. The project managers, & the business analyst who all have worked here can't take it and quit. It has got to be one of the most frustrating things this company has to offer. People there are so scared to make a decision bc they know if it is the wrong decision they will be spoken about in every meeting every time for the rest of their lives. To their face and 10x worse behind their back. They will also try and sell you on this magical thing called "opportunity". What is that exactly? Who the hell knows, they love to define the word, with the actual word. Mind blowing, it really is. You'll be told you can open an office during new hire when talk to the CEO, your eyes will light up with happiness! You'll be told that everyone has a piece of this company, hysterical part is you never sign or get offered a thing to show this. It's all just smoke and mirrors. Been there for 10 years? Where is it in writing you own a nice chunk? One word of advice, when you really realize you hate this place and collecting unemployment sounds comparable to the wealth Steve Jobs had start dialing random numbers if you're a recruiter. They'll catch on and pull up a report and fire you. Please also note. When reading all the reviews, they had to have caught on to the horrible things people were saying bc you have quite a bit of "happy" reviews recently. Word on the street is they told their employees to start writing good things about them. If that doesn't say something about who they are, I don't know what else would!

    Advice to Management

    Make a decision. Find some process. Stop blacking out on that red drank. Pay WAY better. Stop causing people diabetes. Get a clue people are unhappy. Actually, you know the truth, stop ignoring it. Stop selling the company so hard to new people, it's a serious red flag. Don't tell your employees to write on glass door good reviews. Stop gossiping, it's literally the most insane thing i have ever seen in a company. You tell upper management one thing asking them to please keep it between you and them and you're getting pulled into a room with three other people.

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