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  • "The people there are great and you have to learn to work with people in order to be successful.(in 379 reviews)
  • "Good hours and pay if you are willing to put in the labor in a lot of overtime.(in 334 reviews)
  • "Culture is great it’s a place where you work hard you are rewarded and not ignored(in 276 reviews)
  • "1) Great training through both corporate and on the job(in 248 reviews)
  • "Great opportunity to start your career as a recruiter and gain exposure and knowledge to the industry.(in 108 reviews)
  • "NO work life balance (730am start and some nights leaving 7pm is the norm)(in 531 reviews)
  • "The hours are long and its expected that you participate in most social outings (happy hour).(in 409 reviews)
  • "No benefits and it doesn't seem like they want to help you get perm job.(in 307 reviews)
  • "Poor Management and Training.(in 185 reviews)
  • "Certain account managers will micro manage if needed(in 148 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Jun 22, 2016
      Account Manager
      Current Employee, more than 3 years
      Austin, TX
      CEO Approval
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      Great company! They really spend time developing you into a business professional. With classroom training, higher level professionals, and office partners, you get to learn all different aspects about different industries you support.


      People say the work/life balance is bad but I don't see it that way. This is a company where you put in what you get, and if you work hard within the work hours than you will be fine.

      1. 1.0
        May 13, 2019
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee, more than 5 years
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        At a regional level the leadership across the place is amazing. you feel like part of the team and valued


        Once they know your skill set they will keep adding on work and give you no work life balance. if you don't fit in to the mold or is not one of those people that hang out with/ go on vacation or go drinking with leadership then you are blackballed as 'not a culture fit' discrimination is rampant (you know name it, they do it) at the corporate level, you are made to feel less than valued and spoken to like trash. when you bring it to someones attention nothing is done about it. what's funny is if the 'leadership' is of one race, then that is all that gets promoted within that group so it gets swept under the rug.

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