Avis sur Aerotek (catégorie Salaire et avantages)
Intitulé du poste
47 avis correspondant à votre rechercheVoir les 11 465 avis
Avis en vedette
L'avis le plus utile, sélectionné par Indeed
Work life balance is zero to none, if you want to work here work only work in sales, all other departments are treated terribly. Says it’s a feed back enriched environment but you’ll only hear about something if you’ve messed up, and by then people usually are pushed out the door and not given a chance learn or grow. Expect to be available to help recruiters all the time, then complain about the overtime being worked and don’t want to pay it
Managers, work life balance
Notez une entreprise où vous avez travaillé récemment
Partagez votre expérience pour aider d'autres utilisateurs.
You start at $35,000 salary during a 3 month training period and then they evaluate and you may get bumped up to $40,000 salary if you have good enough performance. Very poor commission structure, they expect you to be making them $8000 weekly after 1 year with the company and you get $180 weekly in commission. This equates to making the company $416,000 a year and them only giving you $9,360 a year for the work. The office hours were 8am-5pm, you had to be there at 7:45am to get set up and you are definitely staying past 5pm. Often the recruiters would be there an extra hour to get caught up on work and the company expects that. On top of all of that you only get a 45min lunch. The company doesn't care about their people, they like to micromanage and make sure you hit all of the aggressive numbers that they set for you. If you don't hit them one week you better believe they are all over you as to why. If you are not a star performer in the company expect to be let go at some point.
very good company good salary good management very cooperative workplace very good and neat and clean no pressure do job on time pay salary on time with all benefit
Team environment, goal oriented, working towards sales targets, measured against key performance indicators. Great for self starters, people who want to advance quickly in their careers. Lots of opportunity to move up quickly. Great compensation with base salary, uncapped commissions, shares, incentives etc. Management is good depending on your local office, key initiatives are driven from a corporate level and will be managed down to office level. Culture is fast paced, work hard play hard. Working hours are typically 40-45 hours a week. Most enjoyable part of the job is the people you work with.
Aerotek is probably the strangest place I will every work. They put the "cult" in culture. If you don't "bleed blue" they will find a way to push you out even if you are successful in your role. Moving up is easy, in fact, saying no to a position you don't want and aren't ready for is almost impossible, so as they say in Aerotalk "get comfortable being uncomfortable!" You'll start as a recruiter, which means you will refer to human beings as the job title they are applying for and then quickly move on from them when another req hits the board that you need to fill by tomorrow. Already worked 10 hours that day? Too bad, we have clients that we'll disappoint if a forklift operator isn't there by 7:30AM. Say goodbye to your life while you're a recruiter. Expect to work 12 hours a day on your pitiful salary all in the hopes that eventually you'll start commissioning. The sales strategy you're taught is of the same vein as a used car salesperson. Push, push, push.... literally, don't let them get off the phone until they say NO three times. Just hope they don't tell you to f*ck off and hang up on you before that. Aerotek hires a type - outgoing, personable, hard-working, then they suck the life out of them through overworking, unrealistic expectations, and guilt-tripping you if you need to take time off. Oh, they will also insult you based on your clothing and appearance... but it's hard to ditch those under-eye bags when you're so stressed you only sleep 4 hours a night. PRO - free coffee. You'll need it.
They don't follow any labor laws. If a contractor raises any health & safety issue they simply terminate their employment and don't follow the procedure given in Work Safe BC regulations.
like everywhere else they use tradesmen and sweep them away,no security not worth changing jobs for i wont work for temp agencies ever again. they advertise 37 dollars an hour and pay you 30
quick job placement
no pay for training orientation
There is opportunity to increase salary, and depending on what division/territory you are in it is easy/harder to achieve. You can be recruiting for a territory where demand/supply does not coincide and you could be grinding day-in/day-out and still get nowhere
Expensed milage and lunches
Long hours, openness to work late/on weekend
Great training and positive atmosphere.. There is always something to do, most days it feels like there is not enough hours in the day. You're expected to stay there until the jobs done.
long hours for little pay (60 hour work weeks)