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  • "Management is good and supportive(in 145 reviews)
  • "Good work culture and learning(in 129 reviews)
  • "Great Culture to be part of this is not a place that is constantly breathing down your neck to 'motivate you'.(in 118 reviews)
  • "people were great and enjoyable to work with(in 94 reviews)
  • "The work environment is good and enjoyable(in 88 reviews)
  • "salary is less but only join if you dont have option or looking start or restart(in 154 reviews)
  • "There is no benefits and there is no tax benefit either as you are on a W2.(in 127 reviews)
  • "No work life balance as you have to extend some hours in order to achieve your target(in 100 reviews)
  • "tight deadline and extended working hours(in 69 reviews)
  • "No job security you will be given the LWD at the moment when client release you(in 34 reviews)

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    1. 3.0
      Oct 9, 2019
      Administrative Assistant
      Former Employee, more than 1 year
      Miami, FL
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Payment always on time. Never a problem. Person that handle this part is very organized


      They offered me a good salary and a t the time of the contract they lowered it a lot. Very unprofessional. The recruiter send me his boss to negotiate. Since I need it the job I took it. They can pay better since the companies pay them really well.

      Thank you for your review, and for the kudos to the payroll team - we're very proud of their work! And thank you for bringing your issues with salary negotiations to our attention - let's work together to address that. Please reach out to us at, and we'll make sure we do our part. Thank you again, and we wish you the best as you continue your career!

      1. 1.0
        May 13, 2019
        Technical Recruiter
        Former Employee, more than 1 year
        Makati City
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Employees are mostly millennials, young and active so they easily get along. Good exposure for freshers


        Salary is very incompetent. Recruiters have to depend on their performance incentive which is usually questionable. (Computation is not fixed, the amount changes from time to time depending on the management's will.) A high number of hires does not equal to a higher amount of incentives. Basic salary + Incentive will NEVER be enough for those unpaid OT and Saturday drives. Management does not provide proper training to their recruiters. The recruitment process is so poor that you'll lose candidates while waiting for interview schedule. You'll be asked by the Client/Account Executive to bug/contact candidates almost all the time! This company accepts so-so communication skills of candidates and that just shows how incompetent their recruiters are. Continuous learning should be offered to recruiters/employees through additional 'efficient' training. Recruiters are not well-taken care of. They'll have to work during weekends, warming up candidates and updating Account Managers but no appreciation will be given to them. Managers/Leaders have their own favorite pet which they favor almost all the time. You'll be treated as a TRAITOR if you leave the company for a better opportunity and better pay which they cannot provide. Management will put you on the PIP (Performance Improvement Program) without any good reason. Please consider the specific accounts which your recruiters handle cause clearly, accounts affect the performance of recruiters. Some teams handle active requirements while other teams are left with escalated and inactive requirements.


        We are sorry to hear about your experience with Collabera and the many negative concerns you've addressed here. Since it is so different than what is expressed by many other of our employees, we encourage you to reach out to us at a special email created for such communication. This way, we can have a conversation and find out more about you and what happened. Your feedback to us will be helpful to us and to others currently and in the future.

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