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.
Our vision is to build a brand based on integrity ...
I worked at netPolarity full-time (More than a year)
Supportive upper management
Opportunities for career and financial growth
Ability to work with Fortune 500 companies
Awesome training program
Fun events like bagel fridays, ice cream socials, baby showers, Warrior games, etc.
Amazing employees that will become lifelong friends
Accessibility to upper management for help
Need more local employees working at the office to help allocate workload
Openness to adopt other sourcing methods outside of the traditional ones
Advice to Management
So glad I had a chance to work at netPolarity! I had zero experience going in and there training program and support employees and managers help me build from the ground up. They were always really supportive and gave me plenty of opportunities to get more hires, grow as a recruiter, and move up. My advice to management would be to continue to support your teams - driving the process but acting as an equal, and continue to support recruiters/sourcers on their long term goals. Also - hire people that can sit in the local Campbell office. Having remote workers does not work for the collaborative business model.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at netPolarity in March 2018.
Mostly phone calls and emails response. The person I spoke to was encouraging but I wasn't offered many other positions. Overall, I've had a great experience when using their job searching services. I look forward to the next proposal.
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