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- "Benefits are expensive." (in 16 reviews)
- "Poor Management" (in 15 reviews)
- "No work life balance at all (have fun working 60" (in 11 reviews)
- "Long hours in the beginning but it pays off" (in 9 reviews)
- "Question: if you can't go to your direct manager for help…and there's no internal HR department…who are employees supposed to go to?" (in 6 reviews)
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- 5.0Nov 20, 2014Technical RecruiterCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearMinneapolis, MN
Tons of opportunity to have a career here, the people are awesome and the culture is great.
The only con I have is that there is a lot of sitting for long periods of time and long hours.2
- 1.0Dec 31, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
KellyMitchell has been around for almost two decades and has had an impressive list of clients. In recent years, the high class service and delivery has shifted to a “promise you the world and never follow through” delivery model. KellyMitchell has gotten greedy and wants to take a bigger piece of the pie with their clients. They responded by beefing up their recruitment teams with classes of young professionals to deliver on the promises made to their clients. KellyMitchell has however failed to 1) hire the right people and 2) provide the training necessary for the recruiters to succeed. As a result, many recruiters fail within the first 3-6 months and those that stick around get comfortable with sub-par performance. In addition to the broken recruiting model, KellyMitchell encourages managers to rule with fear and intimidation. This creates an atmosphere were promising employees are terrorized and forced out when standing up for themselves. Valuable and knowledgeable employees have left the company because of the mental and physical intimidation tactics utilized by management. There are no true leaders in the company, including at the executive level, because they are allowing the poison of bad management penetrate every aspect of their company.
Bad Management Fear based Work Environment Terrible Hours – No Work/Life Balance No Training Expensive Benefits25