DELEVERY DRIVER (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 16 April 2018
A typical day at Full Circle would include receiving slips, loading our vans or trucks and delivering groceries to customers. The work schedule started at night and ended in the mornings. You worked b yourself and had job locations areas all over the bay area.
fun, loving what you do and getting paid at the same time
full circle 360 (Former Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – 23 February 2018
i think a typical day at work is working non stop to put food on the table. i learned that this is the real world you gotta do what you got to do. i do believe people should be treated equal , conditions have to be clean and very organized. the hardest part of the job should be the heaviest part the part were you can't take no more. and the most enjoyable should be when your doing something you love and getting paid while loving what you do.
Residential Care (Former Employee) – Augusta, ME – 27 January 2018
Full Circle was a company that works with mentally handicap adults. I helped these adults go about their daily routines and function in society as well as stay with them throughout the night to be there if they needed anything.
I've been working for them a year and a half, and am I reliable employee.
Driver (Current Employee) – South Park, WA – 11 August 2017
Unfortunately it's a bit of a chaotic environment.There has been wheels falling off of trucks, along with brakes falling out on several occasions. It's an unsafe place to work. I wish to move on. They have also switched me to graveyard, 6PM to 9AM. I'm not fond of this shift.
Great food given to employees. Some great co-workers. I will miss them when I leave
Chemical dependancy tech (Current Employee) – Rapid City, SD – 11 August 2016
Some days are very hectic with transports and clients needs but I love the work, I have learned so much in the 14 months I have been there about medication, addiction and life. I was happy with management. Sometimes there is a difficult coworker or client to deal with. The hardest part of the job is watching the girls who graduated the program come back in. I loved teaching them to cook or to deal with some of life's less than wonderful realities. I enjoyed the cleaning and making the girls learn to appreciate a clean environment as well.
Co - Owner (Former Employee) – Abingdon, VA – 14 March 2014
Owning your own business can be rewarding, especially if you have more than one. But with every small business comes the stresses and having a second small business doubles the stress and uncertainty in an uncertain economy.
assistant hair stylist (Former Employee) – Middlesbrough, ENG – 8 July 2013
i liked working in full circle, because i was always on my feet, there was not a moment where i complained about something, and meeting new clients was fun, i was shy at first but the staff from full circle helped me get through the shyness of talking to client's. A typical day at work, on a Friday was always busy with new faces, the phones were ringing and i was always available to answer when other staff were not. i learnt that being in a salon is hard work but can be enjoyable too. the management was good. my co-workers were kind and friendly to me all the way through my training and when ever i was stuck they were always available for help. the most enjoyable part of the job was washing the clients hair so that they can relax while having a nice head massage.
Consultant (Former Employee) – London - Old Street – 18 June 2012
Overall my experiences of working at Full Circle Recruitment were very positive. A typical day would consist of around 10 hours work, speaking with candidates and clients, dealing with inbound calls and delivering a first class service to everyone we spoke to.
I learnt a great deal about how business works. Dealing with so many people on a day-to-day basis, I became accustomed to communicating at al levels and being able to prioritise work loads in order to meet strict client deadlines.
The management were very relaxed, and although they had a great deal of time off from time to time, they were very knowledgable and passed this on and were always available if you required help on a particular task. On a similar note, I would say hat my co-workers were also very relaxed, engaging, and pleasant to be around. All in all it made for a very pleasurable working environment most of the time.
Without doubt the hardest part of the job was the rejections from both clients and candidates of job offers or interviews. Dealing to handle these set backs is what sets great recruiters apart and in the main I would like to think I managed this. On the flip side, closing a deal was undoubtably the most enjoyable part of the job. Knowing that you have provided a service better than any other agency out there is very satisfying and reflects well upon yourself from management, colleagues and the clients themselves who are much more likely to come back and use you again the next time.
brilliant working environment, free beers, great culture