I have been working at PRISM full-time (More than a year)
fun atmosphere, young culture, exciting sales/recruiting contests, company happy hours, fully trained on the in's and out's of Information Technology before you truly start recruiting, can make a lot of money with no previous recruiting experience, attainable goals, get out earlier on Friday, encourage you to get out of the office to meet with clients/, coworkers are like family, the harder you work the more you get out of it, open door policy
ability to work remotely more often and/or more flexible hours
Advice to Management
If I had to think of something, maybe to invest in more opportunities for recruiters to find more candidates although most/all are able to do really well with what we are given.
I applied online. I interviewed at PRISM in March 2017.
I applied online through a job posting website. I heard back within 2 weeks. I interviewed with the recruiter and she said that she's gonna redirect me into one of their engineers, but she hung up the conversation without saying anything. Very rude