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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at NonStop Recruitment full-time (less than an year)Pros
Training, People, Career Progression, Company Culture, rewardingCons
Away from family, lots of pressureAdvice to ManagementAdvice
After working at NonStop the training I received I can say that this as not only enhanced my working knowledge of how the recruitment cycle works but also my social skills. The first week I was unsure what to make of the training and thought I knew quite a lot already but I was clearly wrong. I learnt more in the first 6 weeks about recruitment than I had in the previous 18 months. Furthermore I then had the daunting task of learning about the Software Development Life Cycle which I must admit had me petrified. However this was invaluable as it gave me a 100% more understanding of the IT market than 8 months did whilst I was working in the same market in Sydney. This also made me feel much more natural on the phone to candidates. The fact that it took me 7 months to get my first placement in Australia and a little less than 7 weeks at NonStop is a testament to the training that you provided.RecommendsPositive Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at NonStop Recruitment.Interview Details
Two telephone interviews.
I decided to steer clear of this company after doing google searches whilst I was researching the company, I found a concerning review on pissedconsumer.com claiming that this company and its claims were a scam. I checked reviews on glassdoor and other websites regarding the company and found that they were repetitive in certain aspects such as wording like 'meritocracy' and also in the opinions expressed, such as cons being absolved by 'but THAT'S RECRUITMENT'.
I found little online evidence of the international offices that the company claimed to have such as the Zurich office- just a lot of job advertisements. Furthermore, the information leaflet emailed to me was anecdotal, based largely on case studies of people working for the company.
During the phone interview I enquired as to why Czech Republic was chosen as a training base for new candidates, as opposed to their other European bases. I received a vague answer about it not being economically viable to train employees in the UK due to the 'intensity' of the training programme. My interviewee also claimed that he was calling from the Czech Republic, however the number I received the call from was located in London, and not international.
What appeared to be an impressive looking international company fell apart with a little time spent researching. I would advise caution in dealing with this company as it appears that they specifically target graduates who would like an exciting entry role in recruitment. Be careful and be wary that there are unfortunately many scams within this industry.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative Experience
- The interview was too easy and based more about what the company could offer you, than what you could offer as a candidate Answer Question
NonStop Recruitment is a very successful, fast-growing European Recruitment Consultancy. Our unique, award-winning Recruitment Training Programme has been at the heart of our success. Since 2000, the Programme has been core to building and cementing our market-leading position, to the extent that our success can be measured purely on the talent of the people we recruit – and the way we develop and support them to become high-performing, high-earning Recruitment Consultants.
Our Consultants are trained to deliver an exceptional standard of recruitment services, to some...