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10 days ago

Human Resources Recruiter

Cartus Irving, TX

Develop and execute targeted recruiting strategies to maintain a continuous talent pipeline to fulfill current and future staffing needs · Develop… Cartus

12 days ago

IRC42937 - International Assignment Consultant II

Cartus Irving, TX

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. · Contacts the assignee to review policy for services authorized and performs a needs… Cartus

14 days ago


Cartus Irving, TX

· Perform outbound calls to brokers and customers enrolled in the designated program to ensure they are receiving the necessary assistance… Cartus

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Cartus President Kevin J Kelleher
Kevin J Kelleher
99 Ratings

    Industry leader, but needs more regard for "the little guy"

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    Current Employee - Manager in Irving, TX
    Current Employee - Manager in Irving, TX

    I have been working at Cartus full-time (more than 8 years)


    Cartus has a strong executive leadership team, and the company has an outstanding culture and value ideology. People who work hard are rewarded, and there are numerous growth opportunities available to those who EARN them and stand out from the crowd (this quality has improved in recent years). Most key processes and company objectives are Six Sigma-driven, and the technology infrastructure is the best in the industry. Benefits and PTO are top notch. The Irving, Texas office has a dynamic that truly feels like family.


    It is difficult to "know your neighborhood" given the large size of the company. Different departments have a tendency to work against each other, which ultimately impacts the relocating customers. Revenue trumps service, as evidenced by low staffing in Operations with high caseloads. Compensation is below industry competitors. The company relies too heavily on temporary staff in the busy spring/summer months, and this steers away strong talent.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reestablish a bonus structure for front-line consultants. They deserve it.

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