Mission: We are passionate about creating value for our clients and opportunity for our employees.
I worked at Quick Solutions full-time (More than a year)
If you like switching projects every few months, prefer to have a choice between hourly and salaried pay, enjoy agile, and have a thing or two to teach to a less experienced colleague if an opportunity arises, you could be a consultant. And if you suspect you are, check this company out. I have never, before or after, worked with so many talented people in one room. It was energizing, uplifting, and yes, awesomely challenging. I truly looked forward to coming to work every day.
New project = new team. I'd have thought if a team works, it's better to keep it together for the next project. They don't subscribe to that point of view I guess. No remote work arrangements. When I moved out of state, I had to quit the job. They also seemed to be losing some great people fairly often. There's a lot of competition in Columbus, so talent retention is a hard job. You always hate to see the good ones leave though.
Advice to Management
You're doing a good job hiring talented people. Do try to keep them as long as you can. If they do leave, be sure to understand why.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Quick Solutions (Columbus, OH) in March 2015.
The first step was a discussion with a recruiter via phone call to review the basics and determine if a face to face was appropriate. Afterwards there was a pleasant face to face discussion with a recruiter to go over skills, desires, current market demands and Quick Solutions employment terms and benefits.
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