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Kaztronix Reviews

11 Reviews
2.9
11 Reviews
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Michael Kasmir
5 Ratings
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    Stay Away!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Kaztronix full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    When you first start, you get that great sense of comradery, and the feeling that it's a fun laid-back environment. It is laid back, for sure, to a fault. It really is children running this company and run by a man who acts like a child himself.

    Cons

    When do I begin? Everyone is grouped into teams based on the clients they work with. Some clients are responsive and efficient in interviewing and placing candidates in a timely manner. But if your one of the unlucky ones, you'll end up on a team with very little client feedback, spinning your wheels for good candidates that are probably never seen by a human being, treated like a work mule, told you'll be given resources to better yourself to help you along (and then subsequently thrown to the wolves) and belittled.

    Starting off is tough. Be sure to read company policies thuroughly on receiving commissions because you will be blindesided when you don't receive yours because you didn't read the fine print. When you do actually get it, it's a joke. I understand taxes taking a big chunk but it's nothing to write home about either way unless you've worked your way up the ladder enough OR you're on one the 'good' client teams.

    Worst work experience ever and makes working for a recruiting firm seem like hell on earth. It was so refreshing to work at a REPUTABLE company and understand that this company was really just a bad apple in the industry.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get your act together, gain a semblance of professionalism and treat your employees like human beings.

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    Disapproves of CEO