Recruiter (Former Employee) – Cookeville, TN – 13 October 2017
I enjoyed it for the most part. Working from home was nice. My daughter became ill so I had to quit working for them. I've been focusing on her recovery for the last year. I would go back but feel its in my best interest to seek a job outside the home.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Waukesha, WI – 3 August 2017
I enjoyed my time with KellyOCG. They are flexible with their work life balance however they are susceptible to having issues with job security. The teams I have been on have been great however they provide little room for career advancement.
Team Lead Projects (Former Employee) – virtual – 6 January 2016
Team Lead Projects Worked full cycle recruitment for KellyOCG while on assignment with Comcast.
Comcast Client Responsibilities: • Provided Recruitment coverage for multiple US markets focused on Enterprise Sales for Comcast Business • Managed weekly meetings with Regional Directors, HR Business partners to insure coverage on Enterprise Sales roles • Provided market intel to client Managers within their respected regions to insure placement expectations were in line with market availability • Managed reporting for both internal and client Management
Contract Recruiter (Current Employee) – Remote – 18 December 2015
I actually love working as a Flex/Contract Recruiter for KellyOCG they make you feel apart of the crew and the clients are wonderful. The compensation is FAR below market rate which is why I am open to new opportunities but I would have to get a substantial increase to consider a move because I love being remote.
New employees are not properly trained, procedures change without properly notifying and training all employees
S.O.P / ISO-TS Coordinator (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – 12 October 2014
Management will need to be changed, starting with the OP Supervisors need to enforce all policies and procedures Supervisors need to be hands on and out with the employees Training for all new employees, Competitive wages for all employees
Good work life balance,, but slow growth and low salaries. • Facilitate the hiring process of contract employees for a BP Directors and suppliers, by using an e-procurement tool. • Manage relationships between the hiring managers and the approved vendors. • Manage the order fulfillment process from job posting creation and work order to candidate start of assignment. • Broadcast orders to approved suppliers using Fieldglass / e-technology tool. • Exercise recruitment screening techniques that ensure only high-quality candidates are forwarded to the managers for review. • Coordinate the candidate interview process on behalf of the hiring managers. • Successfully negotiate work order details as necessary (e.g., rates, start dates, etc.). • Confirm assignment logistics between hiring manager and supplier regarding the contractors’ assignment information (start and end date, location, rates, hours, etc.). • Interact daily with hiring managers and suppliers to resolve program related issues. • Identify service delivery issues and provide appropriate and timely solutions. • Facilitate onboarding/off boarding activities as necessary (i.e. background screen, drug screen, renewals and site specific requirements; badges). • Ensure all related contractor on boarding/off boarding compliance documentation is executed and maintained in accordance with contract provisions. • Conducts maintenance for the e-technology system (Fieldglass), including rate adjustments.
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – WI – 23 January 2014
When I first learned about the position, I applied and within minutes offered a verbal over the phone. The training thereafter was disorganized. I was there for only a short while (6 months). The managers are no seasoned nor do they have any management prior experience. The "boys" club mentality was obvious. Well into a few months, several (34 recruiters) left KellyOCG due to being mislead on raises, promotions along with overall culture. Being new, I was observant and as more time into the role - it became apparent that that the elementary style of management was obvious. No team collaboration. Hourly was mis-quoted to me prior to getting on-board. Zero support from management (If you ask, they will assume the worst).
Not a good company with tremendous turnover. Diseased from internal but will soon realize that they need to change the dynamics. Too many people left with unfavorable experiences.
None - that I can think of.
Pay 40 hours, work actually 60+ hours weekly. No OT allowed.
Recruiting (Former Employee) – California – 18 September 2013
Former Employee.. bad management, no work/life balance no advancement.. I wasted 5 years of my life with this company.. Salary is not measured by your performance. Terrible... I don't understand why i stayed that long... stupid me !!! health insurance a Joke paid close to $700 a month for a family of 3..
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – 26 August 2013
Being an operation manager has its ups and downs and with a high volume print shop...there was always something. Break downs, very large orders that had to fit in the schedule, and sometimes delivery problems. I had the best staff and customers that anyone would like to work with. And at the end of a day it was all good!
Candidate for Hire (Former Employee) – Canton, MS – 29 July 2013
I was recently interviewed for a position in which the 1st interviewer was pleased with my experience and told me that the 2nd interviewer would be contacting me to move forward in the process. However, the second interviewer sent me a rejection letter via email. I'd like for the recruiters to be on the same page to avoid sharing misleading information with candidates.
If you have experience working from home and call center, you can try to apply to this company, but if you don't have any "Troubleshooting" experience, but have extensive PC AND MAC knowledge they will see you as unfit for this position and lock you out. You will not past there "online" evaluation.
This company has put me on exceptional contracts. They have looked out for me when anything was ending. I highly recommend them to people looking for work and companies looking for an Agency, MSP, or RPO!
Good company culture with support network and educational opportunities
Recruiting Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – 23 September 2012
Work with experienced recuriters to source and place candidates for engineering postions throughout the United States. The most difficult and rewarding part of the position is locating candidates with very specific talents, education and work experience.