Seven Step RPO
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Seven Recruitment – Scarborough, England
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Seven Steps – Glasgow, Scotland
• To shape and grow the sales and new business within the global aerospace area which will contribute to the overall success of the business. To make… CV-Library.co.uk
Seven Steps – Glasgow, Scotland
THE ROLE: This is a demanding, innovative and forward thinking organisation and as such you should be of similar nature and drive. They are flexible… CV-Library.co.uk
Seven Steps – East Kilbride, Scotland
The Candidate: To apply for this role you should have sales experience in either a consumer or B2B environment, although what you have sold in the… CV-Library.co.uk
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I worked at Seven Step RPO full-time (less than an year)Pros
This is a difficult one...location?Cons
-The training program at this company is a complete and utter disaster. I remember my first week the "lead" tried to train me but did an extremely poor job. He generally had no idea how to train me and when I had questions, he looked at me like an alien. Do you think the process of scheduling, processing/sending offers, and onboarding candidates is easy to learn? Well guess what, it's not, especially for a 22-year old. I couldn't believe that there wasn’t some kind of manual for me to refer to as a means of learning the process, they clearly were just too lazy to do this. Not only was the training process a joke but so were the training sessions in they had every couple of weeks. I was bored to tears and didn't learn a thing.
-Management at this company is also a disaster. While things seemed okay at first with my manager, I soon found out to learn that she was not helpful at all and provided little-to-no guidance. Okay, that's great that you are on Buzzfeed and laughing all day but maybe you could answer our many questions and possibly actually do something about the bullying that I was horrified to witness happening to someone on our team.
-The culture here is deplorable. It is like being in a frathouse and I often just had to laugh how people on our account would high five eachother as loudly as possible in the office when walking by one another. Laughable.
-The micromanagement at this company is probably the most frustrating thing of all. I just want to know what planet these people are on to think it's okay to watch over your shoulder constantly. Unless you're a robot, how on earth could you possibly feel comfortable doing your job when every single thing you're doing is being unnecessarily scrutinized in an incredibly rude manner?
There are so, so many other things about this company that are absurd, but I have highlighted the things that frustrated me the most. I heard that people are quitting left and right and I actually feel bad for some of the people that still choose to work here. When you leave this company and work for a real one, you will come to realize how truly awful this place is and you will also feel extremely liberated. The whole point of this company is to hire people fresh out of college and give them copious amounts of work that they probably aren’t qualified to handle because it’s essentially slave labor that is cheap for them. It’s all very sketchy.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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