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4 days ago

Solution Architect - Retail

Montash London, England

SOLUTION ARCHITECT - APPLICATIONS - RETAIL - SOLUTION APPLICATIONS ARCHITECT - ARCHITECT - BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT - STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT/MANAGEMENT… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Senior Tableau Consultant/Developer

Montash London +2 locations

Montash have been engaged by global Investment Bank to source and secure a Senior Tableau Consultant/Developer to work on a greenfield… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

SAP PMO – new

Montash Watford, East of England, England

FIXED TERM CONTRACT - 12 MONTHS - SAP PMO - HERTFORDSHIRE - 50,000 - 60,000 - IT Key Duties: Define and provide the necessary templates for gathering… Adzuna


7 days ago

Solution Architect - Ecommerce

Montash Watford, East of England, England

This job was originally posted as… Adzuna


4 days ago

Communications/Change Manager

Montash Watford, East of England, England

Montash is currently seeking a communications manager for a large manufacturing organisation based in Bedfordshire. The communications manager will… Adzuna


6 days ago

PMO Analyst

Montash Woking, England

Montash is currently seeking a PMO Analyst to join a leading FMCG organisation. The PMO Analyst position requires an individual to support the global… Adzuna


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  1. 4 people found this helpful  

    It was a relief to leave the company

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    Former Employee - Consultant in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Consultant in London, England (UK)

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

    Pros

    Good website
    Good training
    Nice people
    Breakfast on a Friday (although due to budget cuts, 1 filling as opposed to previous 3)
    Linkedin pro
    Nice lunch
    trendy new office

    Cons

    They say that recruitment has a high turnover as an industry and no company displays this more vividly than Montash. Montash struggle to retain people due to a combination of poor salaries, an uncrossable void between middle and senior management and the constant desire to instill poor ethics on their staff. Lieing, cheating and money grabbing is a must to stay at Montash. If you enjoy being chained to your desk from 7:30 - 12:30 then 1:30 -6:30 without the ability to have a break for anything except going to the loo then this is the company for you.

    Sadly due to the high turnover and hire and fire mentality of the company, they have seen the quality of staff deplete as the company tries to grow. Whereas previously the company focused on employing individuals coming from a strong intellectual background who held an opinion, the more recent approach has been to focus on numbers and some of the more recent hires reflect this point quite vividly. "Executive Headhunters for Global organisations" is in reality, individuals who know relatively little about any specific area but have mastered the use of a job board. There are obviously exceptions to this with there being some extremely competent recruiters at Montash.

    There is undoubtedly money to be made at the company and if you are willing to put your morals to one side then this might be the place for you. Saying that, there is a reason why the firm has only got 3 senior members of staff........ people don't stay and progress at Montash. The salaries are below average, the commission scheme is one of the worst in the market and as a player, they aren't anywhere near the league that the new website suggests. To compare Montash as a Headhunting firm to the likes of Korn Ferry is laughable.

    So to conclude, the MD has a great sales pitch, he definitely had me believing that this was a great company with amazing career prospects. The MD s a good salesman but in terms of Montash as a firm, in my view it's not going anywhere and many of the quality recruiters who won some of the larger accounts have left the firm to move on to pastures greener. The senior management are strong business winners but are egotistical and the structure is such that it is nigh on impossible to reach their levels.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat staff like adults as opposed to naughty children. Improve commission structures and decrease the gap between senior management and the rest of the pack.

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