On average, employees at Adecco give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Adecco employees are Data Analysts submitting an average rating of 4.4 and Temporary Workers also with a rating of 4.4.
"I loved my job and felt a great deal of responsibility in my position, but I was expected to fill a manager role as a supervisor and was not compensated fairly for the level of my responsibility."
"Stoped by this place looking for temp work and filled out an application and submitted my resume. During the intake secession when I did the paper work, I told them I was over 40 and after I said that, they looked down on me. Made calls to follow up and they would never return my calls. Stoped by, had a conversation with the manager since no one would ever return my calls. They refused to send me on an interview or find me a job because, I had no experience in the jobs they had and their clients don't train. For an example, a simple job working in a warehouse they would not place me in."
"I have worked for Adecco as a contractor for Arcelormittal for 18 months and found this to be a excellent contract company. They contracted me at Arcelormittal which is one of the largest International companies in the world, they recognize IT talent, and have the highest safety record for all the iron, steel making and mining operations they manage. It was an honor being part of the information technology footprint creating user accounts, and joining networks from Canada, Baffinland and South America to our North America's operations. I created hundreds of user accounts, and joined accounts and email throughout the world. Thanks for the honor."
"Adecco is a nice vendor to work for via Cisco, they provide benefits and paid days off after a certain amount of time worked. They pay weekly, and I have never had any issues with management or the company itself. Very satisfied with them."
"I have not received consistent annual reviews and salary increases during my work with Adecco. The holiday and benefits offered for my contract are fairly poor."
"It was just a six month contract, but a good fit for my skill set. Adecco managers were friendly, informed, and easy to work with. Web tools and benefit availability (e.g. health insurance) were good and appreciated."
"I have worked with Adecco since April 2012. My only assignment with them was for Credit Suisse."
"Adecco Staffing is a great placement firm to work with and for."
"Adecco has been a good experience for the most part. I mainly deal with my account managers."
"I worked at Bridger Coal Co., for 5 years. The company employs about 500 people at the Point of Rocks, WY location. The workforce was very professional, and highly capable. The business is coal mining, so, not necessarily the best to be involved with. I would recommend Bridger as an employer."
"I worked for many companies for application development."
"Worked for Adecco for a year. Current position has no orientation or training. Virtually no benefits. Mandatory time off."
"Temp job. What can you say Adecco did not tell me what kind of job I was being sent to. Not exactly what the recruiter told me."
"I actually like my job. But it is not stable and there is little to no chance of advancement."
"Adecco Technical and Engineering is a good recruiter for technical and engineering jobs. Overall, they are better than some other recruiters I have worked with in getting me the jobs that would fit me. However, their payroll department is a different story. I had an issue with my checking account and I had asked them to not do direct deposit anymore and send me my paychecks in the mail but they didn't listen and I was put in a bad financial situation. Not to mention, they didn't send my W2's."
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