During my time with Robert Half, I could not have ask to work for a better company while on assignment. However, Robert Half is the company I am reviewing, and my experience with them is limited to the hiring process, ongoing support, benefits/pay, and the resignation process.
So, let's break those down below:
Very nice, a lot more professional and respectful than most temp agencies. Very responsive to needs, and interviewed with a position within the week. Also received an assignment within two weeks. No hassle with any necessary documents, and the process was straightforward.
Well, this can vary by each case manager, but I would say that there pretty much is none. You're the product, after all. Expect them to do no more than their legal obligation.
Great pay for my area, even on the lower end of the spectrum. It was a great way to get my first real start in the industry.
Holidays are unpaid unless you work 2100 hours in the year prior (for full time workers), salary may have different requirements. Please note, in the average work year of 40 hours a week for 52 weeks, a worker will only work 2080 hours. Overtime is frowned upon and is never really approved.
Once again, you're the product. They don't care, and will likely speak to your manager before acknowledging your resignation.
You're employed for a moderately fair wage.
No job security, not much respect. Do not depend on this company!