Nothing but Flaky Recruiters in Portland and Seattle
N/a (Former Employee), Portland, Seattle – March 18, 2012
The recruiting teams in these cities are not dependable, nor are they willing to work with you to ensure you find the right job for you. The Seattle office especially is downright rude, never responding to inquiries.
Phoenix Hydro temp (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – December 9, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: healthcare, benefit, salary
Teksystems is a temp agency that contract employees to outside companies for work. The company I work for was Phoenix Hydro which was a steel mill. A day at performed maintenance on operators machine and prep the work area. Majority of my day i was cutting, loading, and shipping aluminum. I filled out incoming and outgoing paper for the orders. My co-workers – more... was majority Hispanic and there was a communication barrier. We still manage to communicate effectively to complete the jobs. The hardest part of the job was the climate because there was no central air units and the summer are very hot. The most enjoyable part of the day was the last 2 hours of work because majority of the work is or will be complete for the day. – less
Project Analyst (Current Employee), Hanover,MD – December 5, 2013
Great team oriented work place with many opportunities.
• Perform all types of financial analysis for assigned projects • Create weekly reports on project performance • Participate in month end closings to include journal entries, calculating monthly accruals, and running month end reports • Communicate with sales and delivery regarding financial aspects – more... of projects • Ensure gross profit and commission reporting is accurate • Maintain accounts receivable and resolve any accounts receivable issues • Assemble accurate invoices in a timely manner – less
NOC Technician I (Former Employee), 132nd and metcalf Overland Park, KS – December 4, 2013
Pros: exciting, fast-paced.
Cons: dealing with attendance issues i had to report from the othertechnicians..
TekSystems NOC Technician I 10/10/05-06/04/05
Begin shift with a briefing in the trouble tickets we pick up from previous shift. Proceed to work area. Log into all systems Monitor SS7 alarms and create and document new trouble tickets as work with existing tickets progress them through testing with other workgroup and telephone carriers or other Sprint-Nextel – more... workgroups. The testing allows progress to determine where the "fix" is, so the ticket can cleared and closed with the documentation (at every step) added. Then we remove the ticket from our lists. . – less
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – December 3, 2013
TEKsystems is an amazing company to work for that has endless amount of opportunity for those who are competitive and wanting to excel. The work environment is one of the best I have ever been in. For my day, I work closely with the Vice President and a few of his Segment Leaders. By providing them with excellent assistance with all that they do, I – more... help them achieve their goals. – less
Data Center Site Services Technician (Current Employee), Maiden, NC – November 26, 2013
A typical work day at teksyem depends on the day or what project we are working on. The management team is the best I work with in awhile. My co-worker are great to work with and I would say that hardest part of the job is reading some of the customers tickets because sometimes they leave out key information. The most enjoyable part of the job is when – more... you see the project your working on launch an be sucessful – less
Desktop Technician (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – November 25, 2013
Pros: was able to learn a lot of desktop support
Cons: i didnt have any cons with this company
TekSystems is a very well organized company and hires proffesional employees. Every work day it was a day for me to learn something new and my co-workers were very polite and really awsome to work with. i met a lot new people that can understand my technical skills. Yes some people have more skills in other criteria but for the most part we were able – more... to exchange information. – less
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – November 21, 2013
I would work around 50 hours a week. I was responsible for identifying, attracting and retaining top talent in the top IT talent in the Omaha area. I learned many a lot about sourcing and qualifying candidates. The people I worked with best part of my job. I truly enjoyed coming to work and being able to bounce ideas and issues off of team members who – more... had more experience than I did. Hardest part of my job was maintaining high customer satisfaction. One bad experience can put a bad taste in a persons mouth for a long time. – less
Grateful for the job I have, looking to advance my career
Messaging Specialist (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WI – November 19, 2013
Manage Level 3 troubleshooting of Lotus Notes, Traveler, and Exchange migrations. Work with other teams to resolve issues out of my support scope. Learned everything about my current job here, seeking to expand my skills and education.
Contract Position - Technical Lead (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – November 14, 2013
I had hired people through TEK Systems as an employer in another state prior to relocating to Arizona and reaching out to them as an employee. In both states and in both capacities, the people I have interfaced with at TEK Systems have shown integrity in their work and have been pleasant to work with.
As an employer, I have found they can save a lot – more... time and hassle narrowing down pools of candidates to only those likely to be a good fit both from a technical and cultural point of view.
As an employee, I have found them to be helpful in building my professional network in a new area and providing me with reasonably good contracting opportunities along the way. – less
IT Recruiter (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – November 12, 2013
TEKsystems is a great family place to work, I would recommend it to my friends and family. The people really care about what they do there. It is more than just getting people a job they make their technical professionals really feel like they are apart of the team.