Mission: Goetzman Group believes our first responsibility is to our clients and employees. We are responsible for our employees, the men and women who work throughout our company. We must respect their dignity and recognize their merit. They must have a sense of security in their jobs ...
I have been working at The Goetzman Group full-time (More than a year)
Stellar ownership /management, with an exceptional roster of clients. Excellent work/life balance. High demand for the firm's specialty services. Wide variety of assignments and industry sectors. Competitive pay, including overtime (if worked). "Bench Pay" when between assignments. Full company-subsidized benefits package, including paid holidays and vacation. Management strives to place you in assignments that are close to home, and they are diligent about matching your skill set to potential opportunities, setting you up for success and repeat business.
None, this company is top-notch.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at The Goetzman Group (Woodland Hills, CA).
Applied online, received an email asking if I was available that same day for a phone interview. Problem was the time offered was 3 hours before they even sent the email. Turns out the person scheduling wrote the date wrong, so it was scheduled for the following week. Later that same day I received another email asking to change it from a phone interview to an in person interview. I agreed, and then asked for time off from my current job. The day of the interview there was an urgent matter at my current job and I needed to reschedule the interview. I was told that it wouldn't be a problem but that she would have to get back to me with a new date and time. Received an email the next day saying they had gone with an internal candidate. Either the CEO is so inflexible that rescheduling an interview is unacceptable to him, or he was inconsiderate enough to have me take time off to come in when he had already identified a candidate. Sends a big message of what he'd be like to work for, so bullet dodged in my opinion.