Business Development (Former Employee) – London, ON – 26 September 2012
As a Business Developer (Administration) I was able to create 300 new contacts in less than 1 year. Learning the staffing industry was very beneficial in helping people find employment. It was very rewarding since coming from a finance career it enabled people to have a peace of mind to pay their bills easier with a career they enjoy. Unfortunately, due to the economic situation in London, my job was deleted.
Data Entry/Contract Processing (Former Employee) – Guelph, Ontario – 23 January 2013
Typical day would be making contracts, up-dating file information both electronically and paper, scanning, photocopying all confidential information for our providers. My supervisor was very nice and welcoming and my co-workers were very friendly and there to lend a hand. The hardest part of my job is leaving because the contract is up and work has slowed down. I am sad to leave. The most enjoyable part was the friendly people I worked with and the experience I gained.
Admin. Secretary (Former Employee) – Downtown Toronto (Bay & Richmond) – 20 November 2013
During my years with the People Bank I was placed in quite a few different office environments;
I was placed in a banking environment, the Rent Review Hearing Board, which turned into a permanent position; and several other working environments. There office at the time was on Eglinton Avenue. I always found the staff at the People Bank to be amicable.
Working as a temp a typical day would change from assignment to assignment. as well as your co-workers. The hardest part would be if you were on a long term assignment and you made friends was leaving when the assignment was over.
I gained most of skills working as temp over the years as I was always going into a different environment.
Working at Dundee I learned quite a bit about commercial leasing
Temp worker (Former Employee) – Talentcor(Ottawa) – 6 February 2015
Liars, who say anything to get you to accept a job. Then you find they sold you down the river and all they do is stand behind a clause tucked away in a paragraph on a page of the "handbook". Unethical and destroyers of people's fincancial well-being. Do not trust these people. They do not care about you and are completely unethical. Look after yourself first.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Souithern Ontario – 1 May 2013
Good people turned away for work. People put into dangerous working environments. Staff not providing adequate information about assignments which often lead to loss of EI or social welfare benefits thru no fault of their own.
Hard working people trying to make a living during tough economic times referred to as "bodies"
Senior Recruiter (Current Employee) – Vancouver – 18 January 2013
Having worked for other recruitment agencies, the values and service provided by Design Group far exceeds the market standard. The company is focused on client satisfaction and gives employees the autonomy to manage their business in the best way.
high focus on customer service, great environment, good morale