I'm an educated, experience, likable, attractive (so what I've been told) Asian girl in my early 30's looking to get into a different sales gig. They advertised that they we're looking for a recruiter in their organization. I researched their linkedin profile and checked out some reviews (alot of negatives from both employers and clients) and was reserved, but thought I'd reply anyway. A recruiter responded, I answered, and decided to meet with her after talking to her. She excitedly said that she would be at a University career fair nearby in a few days and would love to meet me. She gave me her personal cell to contact her once I get there. I arrived with an opened mind and positive attitude and approached Insight's booth. I asked for my contact, introduced my self to her, and she had no idea (or pretended to) who I was or what I was there for. Being a good sales person, I read her physical and verbal ques which basically said "you're over 25, Asian, don't have long blonde or brunette hair with big b***s...I don't think you can sell our services to the horney tech guys we're trying to scam.". She handed me a brochure, gave a rehearsed pitch that was on the posting about what they do, and sent me off. I felt bad that I gave her my time of day, but on the good side, I was able to interview with other recruiters at the university and was invited for a second interview by virtually all of the companies I approach. Thanks Insight for giving me the opportunity to confirm that you guys are not do "Insight"-full when it comes to recruiting and inviting me to a career fair so that fortune 300 companies can see my talents!! I will definitely spread the words around to my tech friends to call you guys if they want to get blue-balled.
Job seekers and potential clients with a brain should stay away from this group. They might have some cute girls/guys working there robotically repeating their company's blurb, but you may find that you're wasting your time. You're better off going to Hooters for some talents.