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Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at Robert Walters full-time
if you're sure on joining the recruitment industry - good place to start. Otherwise, very little skill transferability to any other industry. If you're keen to suck up to everyone and generally be a follower - good place to work; as it is NOT a commission based house - this is a double-edged sword as commission/bonuses will depend on subjective criteria such as how well-liked you are by management. The work is VERY simple, so work life balance IS possible, however, not encouraged.
Experienced hires, be ready to be micromanaged to death. Terrible medical, leave and other benefits by market standards. Does not appreciate critique of processes or managers. As the work is very simple, work-life balance is possible, however office culture looks down on those who leave on time regardless of KPIs and sales numbers hit.
Advice to Management
Do not hire experienced hires from "thinking" i.e. non-sales industries. Fresh graduates / juniors may be open to moulding to RW "culture" but experienced hires from non-sales "thinking" industries e.g. private equity, strategy, management consulting, amongst others, will not appreciate forceful and micromanaging techniques employed.