Roth Staffing Reviews
92% would recommend to a friend
(497 total reviews)
95% approve of CEO
Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
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- "Work/life balance and hours are good." (in 37 reviews)
- "They have a Great Culture" (in 34 reviews)
- "People are great and being able to go to different places to work and gain knowledge is awesome" (in 29 reviews)
- "Decent benefits and health coverage" (in 21 reviews)
- "Pay is good but could be better given how expensive San Diego is." (in 19 reviews)
- "Corporate Management sometimes makes snap judgements and won't consider other alternatives." (in 18 reviews)
- "CEO and upper management are not very involved with the company." (in 16 reviews)
- "No Training Manager/Director" (in 14 reviews)
- "They make it impossible for employees to get time off for any reason." (in 8 reviews)
- "These issues stem from the branch management level and sadly, corporate and senior management have been made aware several times." (in 6 reviews)
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Found 497 of over 703 reviews
Updated Nov 21, 2023
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- 5.0Nov 21, 2023Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearRoseville, CA
Love the culture. There is a healthy volume of new business and returning clients because of the culture.
I have none. Im Happy
- 5.0Oct 18, 2023Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Remote work is probably the number one reason why I like working for Roth. I also love the recognition Roth gives to those co-workers that go above and beyond. Yes, many months it is the same co-workers that win but that is only because they are really good at what they do! I also love that they really do care about giving back to the community and allowing their co-workers to do the same.
Your base pay does not change. I am on my third year at this company right now and have not received a single pay raise even though minimum wage has raised twice, the cost of living has gone up, even my rent has gone up yet, my base pay has remained the same. Also, even though you make a lot in bonus for your placements, by the time you get your actual take home check, it is about half of what you actually made. And then if one of your candidates don't make it the full 90 days then it is even worse because you got your bonus money when they were placed but if they only make it 30 days then you have to pay back the 60 days of bonus that you received. So now you were taxed at the $3000 bonus amount so you took home about $1500 now they only lasted 30 days so you have to give back the $2000 when you only took home $1500 in the first place. So now you need to do twice the work to cover for this one person who didn't make it.3Roth Staffing Response2mo
Thank you for sharing your experience as a Business Solutions Manager, with the Glassdoor community. Your insights are appreciated.
- 5.0Jun 21, 2023Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Remote work I have an amazing team! Very ambitious, which is amazing for people who are sales-oriented/have an entrepreneurial nature. Opportunity for financial success is there if you are committed and intentional. If you are experienced in the staffing industry, you know how it can be. Very shady, greedy, a lot of competition/oversaturation. Roth does a great job in committing to the quality of their brand and earning their place as a leader in the staffing world. They invest a lot in their employees and clients, and that makes it very easy to stand behind and promote what we offer.
The only downside for me (and this can be a personal thing) is the inability to manage my desk in a way that works best for me. There is a small bit of micromanagement, and a pushed expectation of daily productivity that can seemingly supersede actually producing. I am used to being able to strategically work my pipeline in a way that produces long term business relationships, and that is difficult to do if I can't manage my desk. There is a lot of pressure to worry about how many sales calls you are making, even with 10 orders to fill on your board. It almost feels like you have to sneak to recruit, even though it is an integral part of the position. That can feel a bit scattered at times. Staffing is a fast-paced world that changes often, daily minimums of productivity make it difficult to be structured. At least for me. But it's a small issue compared to the benefits.Roth Staffing Response6mo
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We appreciate your feedback and happy to hear it's been overall a positive one. Please don't hesitate to connect with the training team if there is anything that can help as you navigate your role.
- 5.0Oct 17, 2023Senior Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDenver, CO
$$$ opportunity is great - monthly top performer gifts, quarterly bonus opportunities, a nice base salary and uncapped comission. You have the tools and resources to be successful, and most likely have a high performing team. You really get what you put into this job.
Heavily metrics driven - it is a day to day grind to keep up with activity expectations and produce to goals. You have to work very hard to be successful in this company/industry, no exceptions!Roth Staffing Response4w
Thank you for sharing your insights with the Glassdoor community. We appreciate your perspectives as a Sr. Business Solutions Manager in the Denver Market.
- 2.0Nov 21, 2023Manager, Business Client SolutionsFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Unfortunately nothing comes to mind
My experience working for Roth Staffing was highly disappointing. Sr Leadership should dedicate more time, effort, and energy in training new managers on coaching and people skills. Nobody wants to stay in a work environment based off of intimidation to perform, and constant threatening of job security.
- 5.0Aug 1, 2023Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
Great company culture, lots of rewards programs and gifts for employees company wide, able to work Remote , work life balance. Results driven, the people who work hard get rewarded for it, great commission structure strong for when you pull in big wins, great goal kickbacks for when you put in your all! Amazing recruiting tools and resources, team member/coworker communication channels really makes you feel like a part of the entire company as an individual! Everyone is so friendly and helpful, easy to train and start up and keep business going when you can ask anybody for help! Love the company I work for
Not necessarily a con - billing responsibilities are on the business solutions coworkers as a sales responsibility so you need to have strong communication skill and comprehension of billing to be able to follow up on unpaid invoices to get them paid and receive your commissions bonus, but this is not too difficult just know you wont until an invoice is paidRoth Staffing Response4mo
Thank you for taking the time to share your insights here on Glassdoor. We appreciate your insights and glad to hear you're loving your role in the Dallas market.
- 5.0Oct 17, 2023Talent Acquisition ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Diego, CA
They have a great culture, do their best at keeping us in the know, have on-going trainings, provide support and job coaching so we can grow our business. Fully remote options, and they foster team get togethers and volunteer events so we get some face-time with our teams. It's one of the best companies, I have had an opportunity to work with.
If you're not meeting your metrics, they definitely apply pressure to increase your performance.Roth Staffing Response2mo
Thank you for taking the time to share your insights here on Glassdoor!
- 5.0Nov 2, 2023Talent Acquisition ManagerCurrent Employee
I really love it here at Roth Staffing. The company culture is great as well.
It’s been slow lately but that’s about it. That is because of the market not Roth.Roth Staffing Response4w
Many thanks for sharing your perspectives here on Glassdoor - so glad to hear you're enjoying the company culture at Roth Staffing Companies.
- 5.0Nov 2, 2023Business Solutions ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSacramento, CA
Integrity based work life balance great leaders
not many but if I had to choose one-better health insurance. It's not bad but could be a little betterRoth Staffing Response4w
Thank you for sharing your employment insights here on Glassdoor - we're glad to hear you're enjoying work-life balance and the guidance of our leadership team.
- 4.0Oct 18, 2023Talent Acquisition ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearFremont, CA
They are customer service-centered and very transparent to clients in regards to pricing/mark up. Coworkers are all very nice and great to work with.
The metrics is designed as one size fits all type which works very well with some coworkers, but you won't thrive here if you are neurodivergent.Roth Staffing Response2mo
Thank you for taking the time to share your perspectives here on Glassdoor. We appreciate your insights and extend our very best to you in your next professional chapter.
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Roth Staffing has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5, based on over 703 reviews left anonymously by employees. 92% of employees would recommend working at Roth Staffing to a friend and 88% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 3% over the last 12 months.
92% of Roth Staffing employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Roth Staffing 4.5 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.7 for culture and values and 4.3 for career opportunities.