I put in applications over 2 months ago. I spoke with a man who said I would be a perfect candidate for the at home calling center. He then told me that he would call me back. Which took several days. When this company called back it was not him it was a lady telling...
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#1625132 Review #1625132 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Hammonton, New Jersey
Service
Aerotek Job Search
2.2
Details
Aerotek got involved in the negotiation and said I was being unrealistic and the employer said they were told by aerotek that I would never expect that much. It’s one of the first times I had to go through a recruiter, hope I don’t have too again. They have a...
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#1510774 Review #1510774 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Reason of review
Bad quality
Back in October, I was contacted by Andrew at Aerotek in Latham, NY and at first, he seemed very legit. The very next day, I went in for an interview and he and another guy who worked there, were taking notes on what I was saying and I thought that was a good sign....
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Anonymous
#1709118

Went to Aerotek in Colorado. Talked with Shaq went through the interview process.

The whole nine yards coming in for a face to face doing the application and drug screen was told i got the job sent references and was waiting on background check left one voicemail and sent on email and I haven't heard anything.

Zero response. What was the point in all that wasted energy.

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#1164173 Review #1164173 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Reason of review
Bad quality

Aerotek Job Search Review

1.3
Details
Like many of the complaints here, I applied for a job through Aerotek, never heard back (whatever, it happens). I'm more concerned that they have positions posted that are less than minimum wage. I'm not talking some part-time burger- flipping struggling college student job, I'm talking Full time medical positions that require a college education. Is this even legal?
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#1031567 Review #1031567 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Reason of review
Order processing issue

Aerotek - Job Search Review from East Hartford, Connecticut

5.0
Details
My Experience With Aerotek Was Very Good. Jason Pellum Went Above & Beyond In Helping Me Find A Job. He Is Very Easy To Talk To And Guides You Every Step Of The Way. He Cares About The Clients He Deals With. By Far The Best Recrutior I Have Ever Dealt With. I Recommend Jason Pellum To Everybody That Goes To Aerotek. Thanks Again For Everything You Guys Have Done For Me & Thanks Again Jason Pellum
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#943853 Review #943853 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
East Hartford, Connecticut
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Reason of review
Good customer service
1.0
Details
I been with Aerotek for over 5 yrs. I didn't work with Aerotek until I recieved this african american staffing agent who after 5 yrs of not recieving work offered me a position. What's sad is...I was assigned to her partner who's causian...he use to tell me he didn't...
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#873845 Review #873845 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Aeroteck doesn't care about potential candidates. This company lies to candidates with jobs positions that do not exist. They say they have a lead for a job and set up *** interviews, then keep communicating via email and phone that you will set an interview with the...
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#773530 Review #773530 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Houston, Texas
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Cons
  • Flat out dishonesty
  • Poor communication skills
Reason of review
Bad quality

Aerotek - Lack of Follow up

1.0
Details
I was contacted by ASoto for a position. I took time out of my schedule and used gas and resources to meet with this company. Only to be ignored, they do not return phone calls or respond to email. Professionalism does not apply to this company they are used car sales men/women looking for the next check. This company is in the commission business and they are selling people to the highest bidders. Do not waste your time if you are contacted by this company it will not benefit your job search at all.
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Anonymous
#1126524

The recruiters have to bring at least 15 applicants into the office per week. That is one the metrics of their job. It appears you probably were one of 15 for that week.

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#751619 Review #751619 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Aerotek Job Search
Cons
  • Lack of follow up
Reason of review
Poor customer service

Aerotek - A thought--

I understand both sides of the argument between people trying to get placed by Aerotek (or contacted off of a job-search website) and "Aerotekkies" as I would call them (those of you posting pro-Aerotek because you work or worked there). Yes, the economy is a part of it, how marketable employees are, how dependable, how driven..however, what does not make sense to me is Aerotek's super-sneeky ways. My husband (a legal resident alien) was contacted by an Aerotek employee who made no reference to being part of a staffing agency throughout the month and a half they were in contact. He called, obviously having seen his resume on some website or another where my husband had posted looking for a job. His offer seemed perfect, hard to believe, something along the lines of, "I've got a great position for you, 15$/hour to start! Then we'll go from there. You just need to get your driver's license." As we could not get an appt (nor a car with which to take the test) my husband kept in contact with the (believed) employer, letting him know the time frame in which he thought he would be getting his license. The man continued to call - sometimes one to two times a week, talking about his position for my husband and how he couldn't wait for him to get his license as he was just perfect for a spot in HIS company (and, yes, he always referenced the position as part of HIS company). Then when we found out my husband was going to have some difficulty getting his license (cost, multiple tests[first permit/then license], car issues, etc), or, at least, that it was going to take more time than initially anticipated, we called back to let the "company" know that if they had not already filled the position, that they should do so as my husband (though he so desired the position) did not want to string them along. To our surprise, the "employer" said that it was totally not a problem and that my husband should come to work with him the next morning as he had positions to offer him with no license as well. This seemed weird to us. If there were non-driving positions available all along, why would he not have said so at first? (Get him into the company and then, possibly progress to a driving position..) A few things didn't seem to add up to us, but my husband gave him his email address to send the information/address to. Again, in the email, there was no mention of a staffing agency or an interview or about *anything* - just an address to "come to work" in the morning. Fortunately for us, it seemed weird - and the staffer's automatic Aerotek signature showed up at the bottom of the email (otherwise we wouldn't have had any idea until my husband had wasted his time and bus fare to make it to the out-of-the-way office) and we looked up Aerotek (to find all of these complaints on *this* website). When my husband called back and confronted them about their less than forthgoing ways, the man was defensive and tried to play it off - "Oh, no, oh no! Come in tomorrow for the interview we spoke about (rather the, "come to work with me tomorrow") and we'll definitely be able to find something that suits you! (rather than the "position" the man had already said he had *prepared* for my husband in *HIS* company). I don't know. Since we've never actually gone all the way through with them, I wouldn't know how their services actually work out (or do not). Thankfully, my husband is working now of his own right (yes, even "in this economy" as so many snarky Aerotekkies point on in the midst of all the complaints) - and Aerotek still calls out of the blue weeks later. However, all I *do* know is that a company that has nothing to hide WILL NOT HIDE anything. If Aerotek is *not* shady and manipulative, why are they not more forthcoming? I would stay away - but make your own judgements. Just beware--
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Anonymous
#512272

My guess is, and I don't know for sure, that aerotek pays their employees when they place an applicant with a company. I believe this is why they double and triple check to make sure that you show and when you quit before the probation period is up, they don't get paid.

So, had you know it was a staffing agency, would you still had gone.

Sounds like a guy being proactive about his paycheck. Nothing sneaky.

Anonymous
#512268

Wow, someone was actually harassing you in hopes of finding you a job. Those sneaky bastards.

Anonymous
#491761

I am a independant contractor for Aerotek and this opportunity has been life changing for myself and my family.

Maybe you should consider making yourself more marketable (having already obtained a drives ID)and then these issues will not come up. Also, it sounds as if this was a great opportuntiy for your family, regardless of who actually owned the business, and that your frustration has more to do with the issues of obtaining a I.D., vehicle, or whatever.

I know many people that have worked as a contractor for Aerotek, to later be offered full time employment by these firms. I would also beleive, that if you contacted a firm about employment where you needed a drivers I.D., and then told them you do not have one, that 100% of the time they trash your resume and move on to the next resume.

Just my opinion.

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#314906 Review #314906 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Anonymous
#187784

When they wanted me for a 3D position that was a very tough fit in Richmond I couldn't get rid of these used car salesmen. Now that they get almost as much from it as I do I can't get a soul to contact me after multiple tries.

Have had three case managers come and go in 5 months only meeting the first. Aerotek told me it was a 6 month contract but just told the company that contracted me it was for 9.

WOW! Run away.

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#192003 Review #192003 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Westmont, Illinois
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