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10 days ago

Finance Controller

Resource Manager Reading, England

The Finance Controller will report to the Project Manager providing project financial management data on all aspects of the project. To support the… Jobsite.co.uk


9 days ago

Vodafone Beacon "Passive" Project Manager

Resource Manager Reading, England

The Project Manager will be responsible for the successful outcome of all activities associated with the undertaking, talking full responsibility for… Adzuna


1 day ago

Resource Co-ordinator – new

Advanced Resource Managers Milton Keynes, England

Resource Co-ordinator - MS Excel, Resource Management, Schedule Management, Recruitment - Milton Keynes - commutable from London, Coventry… Adzuna


Advanced Resource Managers (ARM) Reviews

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Advanced Resource Managers (ARM) Managing Director Les Duncan
Les Duncan
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    Former Employee - Resourcer  in  Havant, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Resourcer in Havant, England (UK)

    I worked at Advanced Resource Managers (ARM) full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The people, for the most part, are a good bunch. There's generally quite a mix, which makes for a good workplace. They do make an effort for the social events and prizes. As far as recruitment companies go, there's far better and also far worse.

    Cons

    Staff are generally treated as cash-cows. If you aren't hitting target you will likely not receive adequate support or guidance to enable you to hit target, other than being threatened with a formal warning or dismissal. The majority of recruitment jobs there are high stress and pressure 95% of the time. There is a constant rotating door of people getting sacked and hired which can make for an uneasy atmosphere - but this is probably common in recruitment.

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    Whilst there was some investment in people, and I appreciate that it's a sales oriented business, there was often a tendency to hit the panic button and leave people feeling stressed and isolated, rather than supported and enabled. At times this was due to line managers being under equal stress. It feeds down from the top really - but I suppose that's sales, right?

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