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I worked at ClinForce full-timePros
The recruiting department is a great place to gain knowledge about the pharmaceutical research industry.Cons
The recruiters are required to work within a system with metrics that are impossible to meet. They are forced to focus on meeting monthly requirements instead of finding qualified candidates to fill open positions and there is always a fear of being written up or losing your job. Recruiters are required to submit possible candidates to the lead recruiters for each job and has to be accepted in order for it to count towards the submission benchmarks. The alliances formed by the recruiters help to keep their friends employed by accepting their candidates whether they are qualified or not. Unless you conform to this unethical behavior, you don't have a chance.
Recruiters are expected to be attached to their laptops 24 hours a day; even on weekends, holidays and vacation.
Managers and team leads have not supervisory training and are clueless about how to handle issues. They often point the finger of blame to their superiors instead of owning the policies.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Allow recruiters to focus on filling positions and not meeting all of your benchmarks. There is a difference.
Monitor the behavior of your recruiters and stop rewarding those who are manipulating the system.
Provide management training to your managers and team leads so they can offer real leadership and not just repeat what they are told in your meetings.Doesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEO