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Experis President Jonas Prising
Jonas Prising
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    Experis treat contractor like dogs

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    Current Employee - Designer in London, England
    Current Employee - Designer in London, England

    I have been working at Experis as a contractor (less than an year)


    Avoid at all cost, especially if you're a contractor looking for work!


    If you're a contractor, make sure you get a legal adviser to read through your contract, as they have clauses in there that means they can withhold payment for any reason. And they have a 21 days pay later, after a month of your time, if you get paid. Best avoid.

    Try and avoid talking to any of their account managers like Jared Lucas, who will simply not negotiate anything to do with your contract.

    They're typical recruitment company that live of the backs and hard work of contractors, and have unreasonable clauses which they say they will not change. Stick to your guns and get them to change it or walk away.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You are all wankers, especially Jared Lucas

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