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13 days ago

Collections Analyst

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL

Global Employment Solutions is working with an Energy company that, within a complex world, their mission is quite simple; they help their customers… Global Employment Solutions


13 days ago

Billing Call Center Service Representative

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL

As a Billing Call Center Service Representative, individuals will handle 100+ calls daily, while working directly with GES carriers to assist them in… Global Employment Solutions


13 days ago

Customer Service Representative

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL

1. Customer Service Administration Through coordination with the account managers, the C.S.R. will: - Issue Binders - Certificates of Insurance… Global Employment Solutions


13 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL +2 locations

The Accreditation Administrator supports the work of multiple (typically two to four) Review Committees (RCs) in their review… Global Employment Solutions


30+ days ago

Facilities Assistant

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL

Perform all Facilities duties including, but not limited to, the following: Maintain and clean tea points daily including loading and unloading… Global Employment Solutions


30+ days ago

Data Entry

Global Employment Solutions Chicago, IL

Accurate Data Entry Proof reading skills The client will provide an inventory list in Microsoft excel and the team works to obtain the… Global Employment Solutions


29 days ago

Receptionist

Global Employment Solutions Oak Brook, IL

Answer phones Lock and unlock front doors (turn on lights as necessary) Prepare coffee in morning as necessary Check fax machine every day for… Global Employment Solutions


16 days ago

Freight Broker

Global Employment USA Chicago, IL

This is a full time, permanent opportunity. The position offers a base salary plus commission & benefits. This is an opportunity to work from home or… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Production Supervisor

Global Employment USA Gary, IN

Production Supervisor for Steel company • Large Steel Company needs a experienced Production supervisor to join their team!! • Must be able to… Glassdoor


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    Just an OK place to work, more hype, peanuts pay, no career movement in Chicago.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Executive Recruiter  in  Chicago, IL (US)
    Former Employee - Executive Recruiter in Chicago, IL (US)

    I worked at Global Employment Solutions full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Nice people to work with, if they stick around; Somewhat recognizable name in Chicago metro area. Work/life balance is good but for the wrong reasons- most people run out the door at 5pm, not because of the benefits, or any alternative work schedules which they do not offer.

    I left on my own to pursue similar opportunities on the corporate side to work with more professional people, for more stimulating work, more money, less pressure, .

    Cons

    They pay peanuts, expect to make very little the first few years. You need to get job orders or you won't make money. Upper management will push you to fill their job orders so they get paid the 6 figures, while you go home with annual compensation around 40-50k. Turn over is so high, it seems ridiculous. Most people can't make it there, this is true of the search industry however. There was a running joke in the office (although not funny), people would take the phone list and cross off those who left, after a while the list got so long it was a lot of work to keep track of everyone.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Provide better training, allow use of internet sourcing tools, bring recruiting methods up to the 21st century, embrace technology, offer better mentoring.

    Doesn't Recommend
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