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These guys know there stuff, and I have learned so much in a short time. Lots of training, but you are expected to apply the training you learn and grow. Great daily, monthly, quarterly and yearly contests - Including trips. Those are revolved around production....so to be there you are expected to make placements.
You will be on the phone - but that allows you to learn the market from all angles.
You are handling both sides of the deal which means you are in control of the applicants and the employers needs and filling them.
There is a base plus commission (some previous posts say otherwise). It's a graduated rate up to 50%.
It is an open environment and can get loud, so you have to be able to be comfortable with that and this also requires you to be doing what is expected of you - making phone calls to companies, interviewing applicants. I believe it is designed that way to promote your hot needs, and make sure everyone can be on the same page - But could be distracting.
Advice to Management
More role-playing, and sales training.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took a day – interviewed at General Employment Enterprises (Columbus, OH) in April 2009.
Company is basically looking for sales people. Job involves cold calling employers to try to sell your candidate to them.
- Whether I was comfortable asking a candidate to pay a fee to General Employment if they were hired by a company I sent them to. Answer Question
The position is straight commission.
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Who's got jobs for information technology, engineering, and accounting professionals? General Employment Enterprises specializes in finding this group permanent and temporary employment. Most offices operate under the General Employment name and provide both full-time employee placement and contract staffing (other brand names include Triad Personnel Services, Business Management Personnel, Generation Technologies, and Omni One). The firm places permanent employees for a fee based on a percentage of their salaries. Contract workers remain employees of the company, which...