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 have been working at netPolarity full-time (More than a year)
This company truly cares and wants their employees to be successful and to be proud. It pains me to see that some people don't see it that way because they weren't able to make it to the top but just like everything else in life; all things that are valuable and good are always hard at first. Hard work pays off and you will definitely be put to the test within their standards. If you were hired within the company and have passed their rigorous screening process; then they saw something valuable and enough potential in you to hire you so I think that with every opportunity, there is an investment and that is given to you and it's up to you to make it successful. Their training is superb but not all can do it but that those that have passion; will eventually get it. The Pros are that you will "LEARN A LOT" and you will get exposed to all kinds of technical training and connections for sure. Again, if you like working with technology and working with people and helping people find jobs while working with professionals and top notch companies; then this opportunity is a good one for you.
The entry level pay is a little low but keep in mind that this is an investment for your career path and step into the recruiting world. Once you get pass the entry level path and get converted and start making some hires; your commission is uncapped and you can eventually either get promoted or start making some placements and earning your "guaranteed bonus reward." So the only con thing is that you will just need to work hard and be patient.
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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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