Compare Bartech Staffing vs Paycom BETASee how Paycom vs. Bartech Staffing compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Bartech Staffing full-time for more than a year
Work with big names / Clients Large group (pro and con)
Dont look after the little guys Management is / was in a click and you do not get fair treatment if you are not in that click
Advice to Management
Look after everyone regardless of their level of experience Offer rates, and bonus, in line with what was originally agreed and market level
I have been working at Paycom full-time for more than 3 years
* Fulfilling career and job satisfaction - I feel like the job I do is important and that I'm making a difference every single day, both within my department and for the company. * Management makes... employees feel valued - Leaders and employees are given clear direction and expectations then are given autonomy to do their jobs. * The company is continually growing and QA is seeing a large share of the growth. This leads to feelings that jobs are secure and that there are opportunities to grow, both personally and professionally. * Competitive compensation * Competent, intelligent co-workers who inspire me to learn more and grow every day * Management is approachable. The department values feedback and actually makes changes and improvements based on that feedback.
There's always room for improvement, but I can't think of a true con. A challenge that we face is making sure that we're constantly adapting to the fast-paced growth and ensuring that the decisions... we make to address that growth are thoroughly thought through and are the right moves long-term. Since Paycom moves at such a rapid pace sometimes it feels like change is slow but since there is constant communication from management about our goals and the steps being taken to reach those goals we never feel like we're standing still or aren't being heard. Also, there are times where occasionally it is necessary to work outside of scheduled working hours. I don't view this as a con, I view this as being essential to the organization and my passion for my work drives me to work these additional hours, but that is the reason I rated the work/life balance as a 4 rather than a 5.
Advice to Management
Continue communicating to the department about our goals and where we are on our vision path. Also, continue making adjustments to processes, jobs, positions and organization as we continue to grow.