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Judge Group Chairman, President, and CEO Martin E. Judge Jr.
Martin E. Judge Jr.
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    Boy's club of Sr. Management who make a lot of $ and false promises to Jr. Employees making ridiculously little $.

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    Former Employee - Recruiter in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Recruiter in Philadelphia, PA

    I worked at Judge Group full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Party atmosphere, always celebrating wins, if you're lucky and get to work in Center City office you'll be blinded by the beauty of it. Owner Marty Judge makes a point of making people feel included when he comes around.

    Cons

    If you aren't producing or aren't in the "clique" of the boy's club be prepared to be iced out and ultimately leave or be fired. Complete focus on motivation using fear rather than being taught how to do better. Something I wish someone told me was that the commission structure is embarrassingly low. Be prepared to make 2-6% of 50% of your profit margin. This could mean .50 cents per hour on a consultant as a good commission- yearly that will make you about $1,000.

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    Your training program is not sufficient. A few days doesn't begin to teach someone the complexities of technical terminology or how to not only sell a job to a candidate, but sell a candidate to account managers (all of whom have varying styles, likes, and dislikes). Stop using fear as your main motivator. Use positivity and a culture of continual learning to groom recruiters. This will reduce the turnover of junior recruiters, and probably make a much stronger team moving forward.

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