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I worked at Michael Page full-time for more than a yearPros
Co-workers are young and fun.
Real estate is usually in a fancy location.
20 vacation days (European company)Cons
This is by far the worst experience I have ever had.
The company hires young, hungry kids and trains them to become pushy and aggressive sales people. Quantity is much more important than quality (which is basically inexistent!). There is no candidate care whatsoever. It’s all about volume, volume volume. They will squeeze their employees and their clients for every nickel they can get.
The most aggressive kids are promoted to become the company’s management. Therefore, in most cases, they lack basic leadership skills in all levels. There is an unhealthy competition in the company.
Management frowns upon you if you go out for lunch. You are expected to eat at your desk everyday while you work.
There are many “informal” romantic relationships going on in the company among folks from all levels. It’s embarrassing.
Turnover is immense. People simply “get the hell” out of there as soon as they realize how the place works and how it is run.
They pay very little promising you big bonuses which are hard to get.
I stayed for over a year and was actually doing well there. Decided to leave due to the leadership and the culture.
Benefits are terrible.
The market is alredy noticing the lack of quality and the aggressive approach this company is taking and this is hindering their reputation. Michael Page is already strugglling in the marketplace and will continue to do so due to poor leadership.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO