Contract Worker (Former Employee) – New Jersey – 12 November 2013
Did a contract job for a large bank which Procom was the agency in the middle.It was a push for me to take the position and that when it was accepted out came all there paperwork. Which they don't accept Digital Signatures so all documents have to be printed out and signed, than scanned so they can be emailed off to them. Position was hourly plus expenses. Procom holds back two weeks worth of pay and there in no rush to pay your expenses.Three weeks into the job and they finally came up with one expense check, which I was running almost $300 a week in expenses. After that didn't get another expense check until after my contract was and then they were paying those one week at a time. Month after my contract and I am still waiting for all my money. Stay Away from this company, no one seems to know what the other person is doing within the company and all they do is blame the company your doing the contract for or blame it on there parent company that is located in Canada. Finished my contract and told Procom to never call me again
No Pros of PROCOM
Just a backward company looking for there cut for filling a joposition
Accounting Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 March 2017
I was given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through many different tasks, such as conducting accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, auditing assistant, inventory control, etc.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 May 2016
Everyone who works at Procom is smart, kind, and conscientious. The only things missing are a comprehensive retirement plan and a clear chain of command . The management is trying its best, but there are often too many cooks in the kitchen on a given project or initiative. You can do well here if you keep your head down and work hard, but don't expect tons of guidance.
Technical Recruiter (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 September 2015
Very fast paced, demanding environment with lots of opportunity for hitting your metrics. Solid processes in place to streamline all work efforts. Camaraderie throughout the office though some tension between Account Managers and Recruiters. Challenging but a good place to learn and hone your skills
Bookkeeper (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2015
My day begins with preparation of cash flow and daily routine job includes AP, AR and GL. I learned reconciliation and filling of source deductions, EHT, WSIB. Management is Good. My co-workers are cooperative and fun workplace, Reconciling CPP and EI for approx. 3000 consultants. I love doing lot of research and solving challenges.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Toronto – 5 August 2014
Did not have the greatest agent representing me on a contract.
Got me a contract along with a few others. Everyone (including myself) was let go. All the other team members got paid out their two weeks and went about their next assignment. I was asked to serve out the two weeks to the end. Naturally, I asked why I wasn't paid out the two weeks. Got a really cold shoulder and zero support. He practically disappeared on me. I did make a stink about it because I thought it was unfair of the employer and just nasty of the agent not to represent me appropriately. Don't care to work for that employer again, nor through Procom for that matter. I just basically found the agent very aloof because there was really nothing in this 'termination' situation for him. He could have at least communicated rather than hide. That was real nice.
Poor Agent representation upon termination for downsizing.
Accounts Receivable (Former Employee) – Toronto – 7 March 2014
I am former employee the morale is not very good, they do not recognize hard workers, there is bullying and when management looks into it nothing gets done but the one being bullied is let go. I was told by the President what a great job I was doing and the next month let go.
It was not just the accounting department with low morale it is the whole company. The ones over worked are the ones underpaid.
They also have a company policy that references are not given at all, so when you leave after years of service (your own choice/or theirs) you cannot use them which makes it hard to get another job.
Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 31 December 2012
I like Procom quite a bit. The people are very congenial and extremely helpful when you need help with administrative items. My only problem is that they pay once a month.
My work with Procom has been typical technical writing positions with all the typical work that goes with the job. I find the hardest part of the job is arranging feedback and information. The coordination is a challenge as everyone is usually very busy. Overall, I like technical writing and editing and I would like to continue in this endeavor.