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Will spend time growing you if you want it. Compensation and benefits is going to set you up successfully if you come in at a high base pay. Overall, wonderful team, leadership and culture.
Réponse officielle de Volt17 novembre 2020
Thank you for your feedback! At Volt we strive to make every interaction from apply to placement a positive one. We are happy that you had a great experience with us. We appreciate you taking the time to share and look forward to continuing our relationship!
Left this company a while back looking for growth and thinking the grass was greener on the other side and it wasn’t. Good benefits but job security is based the local clients needs or recruitment which is not always steady.
Work from home ability, Sick Days and Vacation Days, work life balance
No room for growth, high turner over with recruiters
VOLT was a company consumed by bureaucracy that got in the way of actually doing business and making Money. They gave there sales people call goals that did not actually drive business they just consumed there time documenting in productive numbers so management could pass them up the chain to upper management that did not understand sales.They did not give the only recruiter in the office at a recruitment firm a sourcer. In 2018 they only had manger over recruiting, business development and on boarding manager that worked in the office for 5-6 months Cuprite tried to run the office but having mangers from different office in different cities and states drop i from time to time for the other part of the year. VOLT constantly hired people with out staffing industry knowledge. I was not surprised when they closed there only Denver office with 2 hours notice.
The job had a much larger scope of work than describe with less support and horible compensatoin.
They didn't give any training, you just sort of have to ask questions and learn as you go. If management could give more adequate training, their recruiters would feel more confident and prepared.
Free lunches during some afternoon meetings
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I mean working there is okay, the management is quite friendly and have a wonderful open door policy. Just its the pay - it is too low compare to others companies that has the same roles.
You do get to learn quite a bit from the company and management is always wanting to better the company. They will help you learn and grow within your field, with the new Volt as a recruiter I'm covering full cycle recruiting, coordinating (ER and onboardings) , and maintaining client relations as well as more.
Volt was a huge help to me during a time when I needed full time employment on short notice. I was fortunate to be assigned for work and ultimately earned an opportunity to work directly with Volt in recruiting candidates for job placement. The staff and leadership are very supportive and made working with them enjoyable.
Volt was a great place to work. Unfortunately they no longer have a Tucson office. When I was there it was a fabulous place to work. I had some amazing bosses who taught me so much and made me grow in my knowledge and career. They gave you autonomy to go and do your job the way you see fit., Decent compensation and benefits.
Strong company, good culture, great bosses, decent pay
When the economy suffers so do you
Volt is a great place to start your career as a recruiter. I learned how to source candidates, call prospects and close deals within a matter of months. I was focused on high volume (very low skill level) tier 1 technical support positions. Overall the time I spent at Volt was good but I eventually needed to move on to gain more experience.
Great place to learn how to recruit
Opportunity for advancement andlimited job orders to work on.
Good place to work, but require a lot from employees. Most companies have a person for each job title needed. At Volt you might find yourself doing payroll functions, onboarding paper, recruitment, sales, screening, special events, and any other duty that requested.
Too much on your plate... can be overwhelming.
A typical day at Volt, regularly scheduled update meetings I learned more sourcing techniques LOVED working with GREAT Manager The culture was fast paced The hardest part of the job was to meet the extroidinary metrics goals I established amazing relationships with my clients.
worked holidays with no compensation as a salaried/exempt employee
Excellent training for staff, management support and feed back. Excellent meetings for staff in regional and national training opportunities. Progressive computer systems for managing candidate qualifications and search programs.
Good budgets for recuriting, client meetings and devolpment.
Company closed 35% of its offices nation wide in 2009, including my location.