Artech interfaces with most of the major online job boards such as Monter, Dice, and so on. So if your resume is posted online and is listed as “active,” it appears to us that you’re still looking for a job.
According to Staffing Industry Analysts, “The Las Vegas metropolitan area recorded the highest unemployment rate in September, 15.0%.”
Does this mean that moving to Vegas is truly a gamble?
Artech is the NMSDC National Supplier of the Year. Artech president, Ranjini Poddar, has called the award, “the highest honor a minority supplier can achieve.” Conversely, the award has brought Artech a lot of attention and visibility.
Artech’s Christine Villa and MyGOAL Inc. out of the South Brunswick, NJ YMCA sponsored their 2nd Annual Gala to support the families of children with autism on October 30 at 7pm at The Pines Manor in Edison, NJ. For more information, visit www.mygoalautism.org.
Our recruiters may ask you for you social security number. Some of our clients require us to provide your ssn at the time we submit your resume to them. Our customers use this information to check eligibility to return to work for that particular customer. Artech does not use your ssn for any purpose at the time of submission other than to submit your resume to our client. We may ask you for the last four, five, or all nine digits or your ssn during the interview process and depending on our client’s requirement.
If you have any concerns about this, the Artech recruiter or his/her manager will be able to provide more details.
Artech has launched its ArtechJobs on Twitter. We will be tweeting jobs from across the globe.
An Artech human resources specialist would be more than pleased to speak to you. Feel free to contact us at (973) 998-2500 or email@example.com.
Yes, Artech is an American company. The company was founded and is registered in the State of New Jersey. Since 1992, Artech has grown dramatically and now has offices throughout the US, India and China! Our global operational model enables us to provides services on a 24×7 basis and is a key factor in supporting our Fortune 500 clients around the world.
Because we operate globally and around the clock, you may be contacted by a representative from any of our offices. These reps all have the same goal — to provide our clients with the highest level of professionals — and that begins with you, the job seeker.
The bad posts on whocallsme.com are primarily from job candidates who question why we’re asking for their social security numbers. We understand their concerns, but OUR CLIENTS REQUIRE US to collect SSNs before proceeding with the recruiting process. There are a number of reasons for this, and if you have any questions or concerns regarding our recruiting process, or anything else that appears on an Artech Information Systems scam search, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sites such as glassdoor.com, complaintsboard.com, whocallsme.com, 800notes.com, fraudwatcher.org, and others, allow their audience to post opinions on companies such as Artech. Naturally, there are those who post negative comments for variety of reasons; however, if you continue to read the posts, you will also find many positive comments from professionals we have place at Fortune 500 companies, such as Accenture, AT&T, Motorola, Texas Instruments, and Verizon. We have a strong HR department and are always available to discuss any issues a job candidate or online reader may have about our services.