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netPolarity Overview

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Campbell, CA
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Business Services
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
We are a leading provider of contingent workforce staffing solutions serving Fortune-rated companies in hundreds of metropolitan markets in North America.

Our ultra-lean and streamlined organizational infrastructure allow us to deliver solutions on three key ... Read more

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 ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in Menlo Park, CA
    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in Menlo Park, CA
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    I worked at netPolarity (More than a year)


    The staff I worked with in were very friendly and efficient in getting me on board.


    They were not able to help me find a permanent position. And they did lose some of my paperwork and called me almost a year later for it.

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    Technical Sourcer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Campbell, CA
    Accepted Offer
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at netPolarity (Campbell, CA).


    I was interviewed by two of the trainers and the President, David. My first interviewer simply got to know me, my hobbies and then helped enlighten me about the duties of a technical sourcer. The second person was very thorough and went through my resume to see what my motivations were and what led me to taking on this type of career. He also screened for my technical background in the skills that I listed to make sure I would be comfortable learning about technology in more depth. When David spoke to me, I was definitely intimidated at first, but I confidently presented myself and my excitement in making this foray into a new field in the industry. He then proceeded to talk about the company, its history and model, which was extremely enlightening about the growth and evolution of the tech staffing industry.

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