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13 days ago

Unix Systems Administrator

APR Consulting Sunnyvale, CA

• Directly supporting new, and existing customers, including: • UNIX and Linux systems support. • Support and maintain an active disaster… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Implementation Project Manager

APR Consulting Inc. Oakland, CA

Managing overall RAID, creates clear, concise and timely status, plans and facilitates meetings, resolves problems, tracks and delivers on… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Office Manager

APR Consulting San Francisco, CA

Fun and exciting opportunity for a San Francisco start-up company in need of a savvy Office Manager to manage the office and maintain general… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Project Manager

APR Consulting Oakland, CA

Managing overall RAID, creates clear, concise and timely status, plans and… Glassdoor


APR Consulting Reviews

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    My experience was good.

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    Current Employee - Human Resources Service Center Analyst  in  Alameda, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Human Resources Service Center Analyst in Alameda, CA (US)

    I have been working at APR Consulting full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The staff was courteous, helpful, and good with follow up.

    Cons

    Towards the end of my 1 yr assignment I was unclear if I would be extended. I was directed by APR to find out from the contract manager instead of APR finding out this info in advance. It made for a stressful last month of work. My performance didn't suffer. However, I ended up walking into work, logged in to start the day only to be told the previous day was my last day. It was embarassing, and unprofessional. A heads up would've been nice. I wasn't contacted by them for other assignments.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be more proactive during the ending of an assignment by having as much info as possible and give common courtesy to your contract workers.

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