I have been working at 314e full-time (Less than a year)
Small firm, so everyone has access to pretty much everyone. People do not have to restrict learning only what their team does. Some fun perks like food and company picnics, etc. You can learn the trade of staffing, across various roles, if you choose. Mobility from one team to the other if you think your skills would be better suited there.
Emphasis on processes and systems. Lots of investment in ongoing training and even outside experts brought in for training.
Great place to learn the business of recruiting, account management, and the healthcare IT space.
Lots of employees are typically younger, and it is their first job. So some complaining goes on on the teams because everyone thinks they have better solutions to every problem.
Senior mgmt doesn't always take the time to connect directly with employees on a regular basis, or acknowledge when they do a good job. They are quick to point out corrections.
Advice to Management
A little more transparency about why you make decisions a certain way helps people buy into the decision.
Positive feedback keeps people motivated to do better.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at 314e.
First you have a 5-10 minute phone call with their internal recruiter who goes over your resume. Second you get on a call for about 30 minutes with their VP who wants you to do a phone interview with the CEO which takes 2-3 weeks to get on his schedule or in my case, rescheduled by him 2 minutes after it was supposed to start because he said he had a more important call to be on. When I told him I had another offer from one of their biggest competitors he said well let me call you back in a little bit... There was no call. Very unprofessional group and not somewhere I would suggest others working with in the future.
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