I have been working at CTS International full-time (Less than a year)
The CEO gives you space to grow and encourages it. He is enthusiastic and a great cheerleader. This is one of the few places I've worked where the CEO likes to get involved and brainstorm with you, but in a beautiful office with lots of perks such as birthday celebrations, weekly lunches, paid parking, lots of desk space and nice views. The CEO is a little deaf in one ear so he tends to be loud at times when enthusiastic or making a point. I wouldn't call it shouting but it may seem that way to some people. There is money to be made here but people have to be hard workers and outgoing.
No real project management structure. This is being worked on. Tough to get some people excited and motivated and be more entrepreneurial. Small group can easily become overwhelmed if clear priorities aren't made and maintained.
Advice to Management
Get a project manager or work on providing structure to initiatives so they get done quickly with clear expectations.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at CTS International (New York, NY).
The process was very casual and laid-back (not necessarily in a good way) which was surprising for a staffing company. There were not clear expectations set about the job, but the manager was trying to sell the job and the company during the interview.
It was clear the manager had little to no training on interviewing and it was much more casual, just a conversation.
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