AeroTek. Aka LSI in Delano, MN. Save yourself the time and don't deal with this staffing agency. The guy who runs this place is one piece of work. He is one arrogant brat. Stay away from Andy. You will get the run around on everything,
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I was in need of a decent job and Alejandro Soto in the Charlotte office helped me.I worked 6 months for a major grading company through them.after 6 months I was hired full time with the company with good pay and great benefits.I give them and Alejandro a 10
I have dealt with these little college brats off and on for 20 years. They keep hiring the same type of morons over and over who like all kids this age now days have no respect and know it all.
If you enjoy being talked down to, degraded by someone who is only a few years out of high school and outright lied to, Aerotek in Robinson/Pittsburgh is where you want to go looking for a job. I should add the harassing phone calls when you call them out on their lies and false advertising. The manager and assistant manager alternate calling your phone all day, speaking to you as if they are well above you. Some people say that anyone who goes to headhunters are not "hiring material", sometimes company's make a mistake by letting these arrogant kids do their hiring for them, very unprofessional on both ends. I have an excellent background and had no idea the job was being posted through Aerotek, but the job posting was worth taking the chance....I thought that until talking with Aerotek. The job posting was a lie and that is 100% fact. Inflated hourly salary and the job description was very misleading, to say the least, just to get people to respond to the job. Once you go in to interview with Aerotek, of a sudden, the pay is much lower. I sent them the link to their own posting and stated that it was false advertising, seeing as they posted the job the day before and by the next day, the day of my interview, the pay got lowered by a good bit but the same posting got posted that day on another site with the same information. In my book, a lie is a lie and what Aerotek does is down right illegal.
I am so relieved to see I'm not the only one who had a bad experience with Aerotek! For me, it was a phone call from one of their recruiters. He pressured me to say if I'd be happy with the salary the job was offering, and I hesitated, not wanting to discuss salary before even being interviewed in person and because the quoted salary was a lot lower than one would expect for a "technology" job. So, the guy got very unprofessional and rude, saying "well since you hesitated to answer it sounds like you wouldn't be happy with that salary" so that was the end of that! I was dumbfounded by this person's ridiculous assumption. I would have been flexible on salary as anyone is, but he lost a candidate just because I hesitated to answer an inappropriate question early on in the process!!! Ridiculous. Unprofessional. I was astounded, frankly.
flesh peddlers. worked for them at a large company. companies like this should not exist similar to a pawn shop. only being paid a third of what your worth compared to what your transitioned permanent counterparts receive. your told that you will transition permanent with the company, until then your expected to perform at the permanent employees expectations considerably higher pay scale while receiving only a third of the benefits. no thanks I am worth more and far more valuable.
I submitted my application one morning and a few hours later, I received a phone call to schedule an interview for the position that I applied to. During the phone call, they told me to dress professional and to be there for a specific time. I wore some nice black slacks, a button down polo, and some black dress shoes. During my interview, the HR woman told me that I would not be a good candidate because it was a dirty job. I went on to tell her how I have worked on oil rigs and railroads. She mentioned other job openings on the telephone but during the interview, she was eager to let me know that I was too clean for the mechanic job, and apparently, she forgot about all of the other job postings. She also told me that since I had majored in music on an online program, that I would also be unfit for the mechanic position. I just feel like I was totally stereotyped! After my experience and reading other reviews, I see that I made a mistake trying to find a job through them.