It looks like they have good benefits package, friendly people to work with, nice location, good working environment, learning techniques.
They don't train well, they work you too hard for a low amount of pay, and all they are worry about is numbers. They are more concerned about quantity than quality.
Advice to Management
Start paying attention to the employees, because someone might be struggling in this economy, and make a living. Focus on an employee that wants to work hard for your company.
They could take your info and ruin your credit if you are not aware of these sham recruiters..
They are phishing for your info, beware. If a potential employer claims to have "come across" your resume on a job board, why would they ask for your most current resume, and social security info? Scam
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