Mission: The mission of netPolarity is to empower and enrich the lives of everyone we touch by "bridging the gap" between world class organizations and contingent workers.
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I worked at netPolarity full-time (More than a year)
It's always interesting to see polarized reviews about netPo. I had some of my biggest struggles and greatest success stories there. I made some of my best friends there, probably because we went through the same struggles. We knew we were there to make mistakes, learn how to prioritize, and try to be the best. It pains me to see the opposite, people victimizing their experience only to move on to a more senior position. Maybe it's a generational gap but it seems weird the trend is disavowing the company that set a path to your new recruiting position. I am not discrediting their experience but am confused about the disconnect between what has been said versus the subsequent actions.
I would recommend joining the family if you're serious. Serious about a career in recruiting. You are not going to be provided all the answers nor guaranteed success but what you do get is an environment to test yourself. Self-motivation and a sense of creativity are going to be key to grooming yourself to be a smart savvy recruiter ultimately preparing your career path. Similarly to any job you're responsible for how little or how much you get out of your job. I and countless others did it I don't see why others can't do the same.
Decisions and processes are bottlenecked though upper management.
Advice to Management
Open another location in order to have more voices in business decisions. It always seemed like netPolarity wanted to be a lot bigger than it actually was.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at netPolarity (Campbell, CA).
I interviewed onsite with two trainers and David. The interview was fairly casual and easy. Mostly asking questions about why I wanted to go into recruiting, and figuring out if the sourcer or recruiter role was a better match.
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